Health Services

Student Health Services assists students in maintaining a positive, healthy lifestyle to achieve academic success. Student Health Services is funded by student activity fees. One hundred percent of our budget is used to deliver quality health care to students.

Hours of Operation

Our office is open Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (closed noon to 1 p.m.) while school is in session. Please call 575.562.2321 to make an appointment. Walk-in appointments are available Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:15-10 a.m.; Tuesday-Thursday from 10-11:15 a.m. These appointments are for an acute illness or minor injury only. All other schedule times require an appointment.

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Our Location

Our office is located in Curry Hall. Look for our sign and come in through the west entrance of the building. New clients to Health Services can speed up the appointment process by completing the necessary forms before they are seen.

What We Offer

ENMU Health Services offers preventive and acute health services similar to your family health care clinic, at little or no cost to students. Family Planning services, screening lab testing, and treatment for infections are also provided at ENMU Health Services.

Immunizations

We believe preventing infection is very important and we offer immunizations at little or no cost to ENMU students. The meningitis vaccine (Menectra) is strongly recommended for first-time students who will be living in dorms or in group living facilities. Two doses of MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine is needed to protect students from these contagious diseases. We also recommend the influenza vaccine annually, since the "flu" season usually hits around the winter finals week or in the early spring. We recommend that you complete the Immunization Form and call or drop in to find out if an update is needed.

Student Health Insurance

ENMU does not endorse a particular health insurance plan. Your office visits at Health Services are provided at little or no cost to you. However, we encourage all students to have health insurance for unexpected illness or injury. Click on the link above to get you started.

Please review the Student Handbook for additional information.