Public Health FAQs about Fall 2022
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Reproductive Health Services
PLU’s Health Center is fully aligned with Washington State in our shared commitment to ensuring that students have equitable access to sexual and reproductive health services within our scope of care and to informed referrals to resources and services beyond the Health Center’s scope of care. Our first priority is the health, safety, and well-being of our students, and we recognize the role of sexual and reproductive health as an essential element of overall health. If you are a PLU student and have questions about sexual and reproductive health resources available to you, please refer to the Health Center overview or make an appointment with one of our providers to discuss your specific needs.
Have you secured your own COVID-19 test?
Students are strongly encouraged to obtain home antigen test kits and to bring them to campus as part of their personal care items. Test kits are available online and at local pharmacies. The free test kits provided through the US Postal Service may still be available, even after May 11. The Washington State Department of Health COVID testing website has up to date information on testing availability and insurance coverage for lab testing, and more. Testing is also available through personal healthcare providers and local and mobile testing sites.
NEW Sickle Cell Screening Policy
For the 2022-23 academic year, all new NCAA and Club Sports Athletes are required to provide results of newborn screening testing, testing for Sickle Cell Trait through their healthcare provider, or the PLU Health Center, or the Dept of Health in their state of birth. Sickle cell testing waivers will no longer be accepted.
If the Health Center is closed and you require urgent medical advice, you may contact the MultiCare nurse consulting line by calling 253-792-6410.
You may also access urgent, 24/7 medical and mental health services via Lute TeleHealth by clicking here.
For urgent mental health support after business hours (including weekends and holidays), contact the Counseling Center Crisis Line at 253-535-7075.
In case of an emergency
Call extension 7911 from any on-campus phone, 253-535-7911 from your mobile phone, or 911 from off-campus.