Student Health

Your mental, physical, and emotional state can influence your energy levels, overall health and well-being more than you may realize. Every thought and feeling, no matter how big or small, impacts your health and vulnerability to illness.

Student Health Education at Madison College believes:

  • Healthier students are better learners.
  • Success in college is more than just academics.
  • All students deserve the opportunity to be healthy and successful.

For more information or assistance, please contact: Anna Marie Hoffmann, RN/Health Educator at ahoffmann@madisoncollege.edu or by phone at (608) 245-2116.

Clinic Info

The clinic is located on the first floor of the Health Education Building at the Truax Campus, room 151A. All students taking a minimum of one degree credit at Truax, Downtown, Commercial Avenue or South Madison can access health care services with a valid OneCard. 

The general clinic hours are 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

The clinic provides assistance for conditions such as*:

  • Immunizations (fees may apply)
  • Allergy symptoms
  • Cold and flu-like symptoms/fever
  • Ear or eye problems
  • Minor sprains/strains
  • Skin concerns
  • Stomach upset
  • Burning or stinging with urination

*Scope of services are limited.

Madison College Student Health Clinic Enrollment

For clinic appointments, please contact (608) 441-3220.

For the location or provider information for this clinic, visit the GHC website. Not all providers or services listed on the GHC website are offered for Madison College students and only open to GHC members.

Immunizations

Students may get immunizations at the clinic. The costs are listed below:

Immunizations (vaccines)

  • Flu shot (Influenza): $17
  • Hepatitis A: $69
  • Hepatitis B: $47
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR): $63
  • Meningococcal Conjugate: $111
  • Rabies: $247
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria (Td): $23
  • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap): $41
  • Chicken Pox (Varicella): $111

Titres (to check immunity)

  • Hepatitis: $23
  • Mumps: $35
  • Rubella: $20
  • Measles: $36
  • Varicella: $29

Screenings

  • TB skin test: no charge
  • Quantiferon Gold: ask clinic staff for cost

Information on vaccines 

Immunizations offer safe and effective protection from vaccine-preventable diseases.  

Madison College strongly supports the use of vaccines to protect the health of our individual students and our campus communities.

If you are not immunized, your chances of becoming ill and suffering serious complications are much higher.

Madison College does not have a pre-admission policy requiring mandatory vaccinations for general admittance to the college, however, certain programs at Madison College do have pre-admission vaccination requirements such as our School of Health Education and Protective Service programs where students work with populations who are vulnerable to illness or pose a risk to the student while completing their coursework and practicums.

For more information about vaccines and immunizations, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

If you have specific questions or would like more information, you may contact the Madison College Health Educator at (608) 245-2116 or via email

Insurance

There are many options available to students who want to obtain health insurance.

Madison College does not endorse any one plan in particular and encourages students to explore all of the available options.

ehealthinsurance.com provides information about various health insurance plans, compare premiums, deductibles, office co-pays, and more.

Under The Affordable Care Act, a health insurance marketplace or exchange allows you to compare and shop for health insurance. For more information visit healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596.

If you have little or no income you may qualify for Wisconsin’s Badger Care Plus program. Visit them or call 1-888-794-5556.

F-1 visa-holding international students are required to have a specific group health insurance plan coordinated through CIE.

Mental Health

We understand the complexities of student life and through our College Success and Counseling Services we offer you an open, safe and confidential environment to help you through issues that may interfere with your well-being, academic productivity and happiness.

For information on the various counseling services offered or self-help options available, visit our Counseling Services webpage. To make an appointment with a Counselor, call (608) 246-6076.