Welcome to Student Health Services
The Student Health Services Office is designed to be the primary source of health care for KWC students. The goal of the office is to help students maintain good health so they may continue educational and other college experiences. All services are confidential.
Services are available at no cost to all students — the only requirement is a completed health form on file, including health insurance information.
The Student Health Services Office is located in Room 213 on the second floor of the Barnard-Jones Administration Building.
Hours of operation are 9 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday.
All full-time students are required to have health insurance. Proof of insurance must be on file in the Student Health office.
Forms and Documents
Student Health Insurance Form (all students must complete this form)
Free HIV Testing for Students
We are currently affiliated with a program that offers free, confidential HIV tests. This is a simple three step process where you can receive the test and the results quickly. All that is required is your KWC student e-mail. Other STD tests are available at a discount using gift cards that you can pick up in the nurse’s office, room 213 Administration bldg. Use the following link to access this offer. The link will guide you to a universities and colleges page. Find KWC and follow directions. See Tonya Robinson, campus nurse, if you have any questions.
It is the responsibility of the student to communicate with the professor in the event of a class absence due to illness or injury, and to follow the requirements of that professor regarding the course work missed. When possible, the student should contact the instructor before the class is missed. If the instructor contacts Health Services, only the dates of the student being seen will be verified.
If you need after-hours care, check this list of Owensboro urgent care facilities.
Ivory Howell Counseling
Ivory Howell, LPCC is pleased to provide students at her alma mater on- and off-campus counseling sessions. Ivory offers students a casual and comfortable counseling atmosphere and a practical and honest approach to helping them cope with their individual situational and mental health needs. Thanks to Student Health Services funds, sessions are completely free to KWC students and are confidential.
You may make appointments and inquiries by calling Ivory at 270-302-1669 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, check out www.ivoryhowellcounseling.com to learn more about Ivory and her counseling approach.
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