University Health Clinic
and Counseling Services
The University Health Clinic and the Center for Counseling Services are jointly based in the clinic facility on Johnson Street south of the Office Annex Buildings. Both entities provide confidential services to ASU students who have paid the Medical Services Fee.
Counseling, examination, diagnosis and consultation services are available at no additional charge. However, some fees do apply for injections or other medications. Students are responsible for the costs of lab work, X-rays, prescription drugs and referrals.
Patients of the Clinic and Counseling Services are seen by appointment from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Friday, call 325-942-2171. Walk-ins are welcomed and will be assessed by the nursing staff for an appointment. For evenings after 5 p.m., Monday–Friday, Students should use their insurance at local walk-in clinics (NOTE: The relationship with Shannon Clinic does not include M-F days when the campus clinic is open and never includes times after 5 p.m., M-F). Please see Weekends and ASU Holidays for additional service arrangements.
Students must present their valid ASU OneCard to access university health services. Distance Learners and students continuing on in the Fall (were FT students in the Spring prior to) but not taking summer courses who would like to have access to campus health services can opt in by paying the Medical Services Fee at the clinic. For more information, please call us at 325-942-2171.
Students have the option of printing the New Patient Information Form and bringing it in on their next visit to the University Health Clinic. The form is also available at the clinic.
Angelo State University now offers free healthcare transportation on Saturdays!
Now you have a free ride should a medical issue arise on the weekend (Saturdays ONLY). Make sure you obtain a Clinic Authorization Form from the Campus Police Station by showing them your student ID card. Then take your ID, authorization form, and insurance (if applicable) to Shannon Urgent Care West.
For more information about RamTram, follow the link below (see the location at Knickerbocker and Sunset offset with a white cross on a red background shield).
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1501 West Beauregard Avenue
325-658-7750 424 South Oakes Street
325-653-5933 244 North Magdalen Street
RE: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
The payment of the compulsory Medical Services Fee at ASU and the use of the University Clinic does not satisfy the requirements of the ACA.
Options for students to meet ACA requirements:
- Per the ACA, parents may keep their student(s) on their employer based insurance plan until the date that they reach age 26.
- Students may purchase the insurance plan offered in this website from Academic HealthPlans as this policy meets ACA requirements.
- Students may purchase a catastrophic health insurance plan up to age 30 that satisfies the ACA requirements.
Please feel free to contact Mr. David Rosipal, 325-486-6736, for more information.