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The FLU Vaccine is available at the clinic and it is free to ASU students that have paid the Medical Services Fee. 

Myth: You don’t need a flu shot every year.

Fact: The types of flu viruses circulating in the air — and the vaccine that’s prepared — can vary from year to year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that adults, including moms-to-be, and children ages 6 months and older get a flu vaccine every year.

Myth: The flu shot can give you the flu.

Fact: The fragments of virus found in the flu shot are inactivated, which means they can’t make you sick. Some people run low-grade fevers, feel achy or develop soreness near the injection site after vaccination. Developing these side effects doesn’t mean you have the flu.

The Campus Clinic provides diagnostic services and treatments appropriate on an episodic, outpatient basis. Services are not intended as a substitute for the health maintenance care given by a primary care provider. However, the clinic can provide invaluable services to students who cannot see a physician because of time constraints or distance.

For Clinic Access: Paying the Medical Services Fee grants ASU students access to all services offered through the Campus Clinic. All students attending ASU full time will pay the Medical Services Fee and will have access to all Clinic Services as described within this website.

Distance Learning Students are still able to pay the Medical Services Fee at the Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office and be granted full access to the services of the Clinic. Please do not go to the clinic to pay the Medical Services Fee, this is done at the Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office. When going to the Clinic, please have your receipt generated for paying the Medical Services Fee available (this will insure immediate service access).

Please bring your ASU ID, an approved Texas state ID and your insurance card (if you have insurance) when checking in at the Clinic.

The Campus Clinic hours are MON to FRI, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Medical Services to ASU Students are available at these Shannon Urgent Care locations ALSO:

Urgent Care South

3502 Knickerbocker Rd. 
San Angelo, TX 76904 
No Appointment Required 

MON to SUN, 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Map | Driving directions

Urgent Care West

4251 Sunset Dr. 
San Angelo, TX 76904
No Appointment Required

MON to SUN, 7 a.m.-10 p.m.                                                                  
Map | Driving directions   

Shannon Clinic North

2626 N. Bryant Blvd. 
No appointment required. 
Urgent Care: Open Daily - 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.                                       

Wait times available on the home page. If the wait time is more than 45 minutes, use the Call Ahead Care service!

Your ASU ONECard is required to access all services. ASU Students who have paid their Medical Services Fee must present their ASU ONECard at the Campus Clinic at the time of check-in. For the Urgent Care locations off-campus, Students must present their ASU ONECard, their Insurance card (if they have insurance—ASU will pay their Co-Pay and the student will not be charged for the basic visit) and a state or federal photo ID. Clinic services include diagnostic services and treatments appropriate on an episodic, outpatient basis. 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. Emergency Room services are not included and all services beyond routine treatment currently given at the campus location are not covered by the Medical Services Fee and will be charged to the student at the time of service.

CDC. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC 24/7: Saving Lives. Protecting People.

For Zika Virus Updates:

Zika virus is spread to people through mosquito bites. The most common symptoms of Zika virus disease are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes). The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting from several days to a week. Severe disease requiring hospitalization is uncommon.

In May 2015, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) issued an alert regarding the first confirmed Zika virus infection in Brazil. The outbreak in Brazil led to reports of Guillain-Barré syndrome and pregnant women giving birth to babies with birth defects and poor pregnancy outcomes.

In response, CDC has issued travel notices for people traveling to regions and certain countries where Zika virus transmission is ongoing.

Meningitis vaccines are available at the clinic during normal business hours. The cost is $75.00 for ASU students ($95.00 for all non-ASU students). Texas Senate Bill 1107 (SB1107) applies to undergraduate and graduate students regarding meningitis vaccine requirements. Students must provide proof of vaccination to the Registrar’s Office 10 days prior to the first class day of the semester. If proof is not received by this date, the student’s entire schedule will be dropped.

This requirement does not include:

Student Health Insurance

Currently Open Enrollment for the Angelo State’s student health plan is closed. FMI: Please see the Academic Health Plans website, or call 855-850-4299.

TRICARE Choices for Military ID Card Holders

The University Clinic accommodates students with Military ID Cards using TRICARE. The 17th Medical Group provides medical care through clinics operated on Goodfellow Air Force Base. The 17th Medical Group is open M-F, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed on weekends, federal holidays and every third Thursday of each month for training). To make a medical appointment with the 17th, visit or call 325-654-3149.

  • MHMR Services for the Concho Valley

    • 1501 W. Beauregard Ave.
      • 325-658-7750
    • 424 S. Oakes St.
      • 325-653-5933
    • 244 N. Magdalen St.
      • 325-658-7750
  • 211 Texas2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. No matter where you live in Texas, you can dial 2-1-1, or 877-541-7905, and find information about resources in your local community. Whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment, one number is all you need to know.

We’re Here To Help!
  • Student Health Insurance

    Campus Student Health Insurance Plan offered through Academic Health Plans

  • Mental Health Emergencies

    For mental health emergencies during regular hours:

    • Contact Counseling Services at the Health Clinic at 325-942-2171, or
    • Go to the nearest hospital emergency room

    For night or weekend mental health emergencies:

    • Contact University Police immediately at 325-942-2071 so that a counselor can be paged, or
    • Go to the nearest hospital emergency room, or
    • Call the MHMR Crisis Hotline at 325-653-5933
  • Veterans Crisis Line, 1-800-273-8255

  • Shannon Clinic Feedback Form

    If you have used the contracted Health Services at the ASU Campus Clinic or at one of the Shannon Clinic Urgent Care locations and need to express concerns about the way you were treated, quality of care, or any concerns in general, please do the following:

    1. Go to the Shannon Medical Center Form
    2. Fill out the page completely and make sure that under the Comment section that you clearly state that you are an ASU student and note when you used the service.
    3. Submit the form

    Shannon Clinic will contact you and resolve your inquiry in a timely manner.

    For further attention and help, please contact Mr. David Rosipal at 325-486-6736 or by e-mail at All inquiries will be kept confidential and will comply with HIPAA regulations.