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Share Your Ideas on Wellbeing Priorities

Humboldt State University students are facing a healthcare shortage on campus and we have a responsibility to fix it – wait times are increasing and there is insufficient capacity to meet student needs. Most students will use medical, counseling, or health education services during their time at HSU, and a healthier campus has a positive effect on the success of every student. With limited community resources, HSU’s on-campus Health and Wellbeing Services are the only resource for many students.

Add your voice to the discussion about how to structure necessary health fee adjustments and your top priorities for adding campus medical, counseling, and health education services for all students. With increased capacity, wait times for counseling and psychiatric services can be decreased, health education programs like Check It and Oh SNAP! student food services can be maintained as grants end and even expanded, facilities can be improved to match demand, and much more. 

We need your help prioritizing improvements to best serve all HSU students – please take a look at the relevant information on this site including the data on increasing student needs, the additional services that can be provided by adjusting the fee, cost factors unique to our region, answers to frequently ask questions, and any other information you would like, and then share your thoughts about your priorities:

Share your comments by using this this form. You will be prompted to log in and submit answers as a member of our campus community. Your comments may appear in our report in aggregate form, but your personal information will not be shared and none of your responses will used in an identifiable way.

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Voice your opinion through the National College Health Assessment survey, which includes health fee prioritization questions. Check your email beginning Feb. 19 for an invitation to participate in the survey.

Engage during public forums. 

OPEN Forum #1 -  Feb. 23, 5-6:30 p.m., College Creek Great Hall

OPEN Forum #2 - March 5, noon-1:30 p.m., Nelson Hall East 102

Pizza lunch will be provided on March 5!

Or talk to a peer educator.