Student Health Services
Student Health Services is part of Healthy Campus 2020, a nationwide initiative to embrace evidence-based health and wellness services for students in collaboration with campus and community stakeholders. Our services include best-practice protocols and programs for prevention, free and gentle treatment of priority health problems which impact student academic performance. These programs include:
- Prevention and care for colds, flu, sore throats, aches, and pains
- Depression screening, proactive self-care, and referral
- Alcohol, drugs and violence prevention
- Tobacco cessation
- Physical activity strategies
- Healthy and inexpensive eating strategies
- Injury prevention and care for strains, sprains, and wounds
Visit the FLCC QUIT page for help to quit smoking.
Visit the FLCC Campus-Community Coalition page for information on alcohol, drug, and violence prevention at FLCC.
The College retains a physician consultant. Wellness care, care of health problems, and health counseling are provided under the direction of a masters’ prepared registered nurse.
Students may be seen on a walk-in basis, depending on the availability of a nurse, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment. To receive emergency care without delay, please call 911.
Student Health Services is responsible for compliance with the New York State Immunization Law. Visit our Immunization Requirements page for detailed information.
The meningitis response can also be completed electronically on your Web Advisor account, listed under “Registration.”
Access Go Ask Alice
For any health-related questions you may have, you can access Go Ask Alice for answers to your questions. Go Ask Alice is an online resource that is available through Blackboard. To access it, login to Blackboard and proceed to the FLCC Student Group. Then, click on the Go Ask Alice link and begin asking your questions.