Health Services is the “health resource center” for LSC students. We provide health education materials and health insurance information, connect students to local health care agencies, promote wellness & safety, sponsor health related events, and offer influenza vaccination clinics in the fall.

We are part of the Tri-Campus Community Coalition on Student Drinking (T3C) and provide alcohol awareness and education. Please see the link for more information or to become part of this group.  Alcoholics Anonymous meets weekly in Student Life.

Did you know we care about Mental Health on our campus? We have an Active Minds chapter for students interested in mental health education, awareness, and advocacy at LSC. This is a student led group and we are always looking for new members with a passion to help others!

Health Services does not provide daily medical services to students or dispense medication of any sort. The LSC Store sells a small selection of OTC medications, eye drops, and First-Aid items for your convenience. If you have a medical emergency on campus, dial 9-911 or contact Campus Security (218) 733-6911 as they are the first responders. Campus Security is located at the East Entrance.

LSC offers these on-campus health and wellness resources

St. Luke’s Q Care Express Clinic – closed until further notice.
New this year to campus: St. Luke’s Q Care Express Clinic is located for your convenience at the main entrance in the C building. They offer walk-in care for minor medical issues. Some of the common health issues they diagnose and treat include:

  • sore throat
  • cold or flu symptoms
  • upper respiratory infections
  • earache, pink eye
  • minor rashes
  • tick bites
  • shingles
  • allergies/hay fever
  • female urinary tract infections

Need first aid? First aid kits are located throughout the campus–use as needed. In the case of any emergency, please call 9-911 from an inside line. For security dial 6911.

Moms: Breastfeeding and need a place to pump? The “quiet” room is located in the Intercultural Center (ICC), Room M150.  Questions? See ICC or Roxanne in Student Life.

Mondays, 5:00 p.m.

PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault) Trauma Informed Yoga, Well-being Yoga guided by Svälja Yoga

Questions: PAVSA (218) 726-1931 or [email protected]

In-person and live Zoom classes available. FREE for individuals working with PAVSA. This is a trauma-informed, slower placed, and gentle class focused on restoring wholeness and well-being. While the experience of trauma and its aftermath can feel isolating, yoga provides an opportunity to be physically in sync with others. The practice can help a person regain their sense of control and ownership over their own body and their own experience. More information (PDF)