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As MSJC engages in Transforming Learners, Transforming Communities, and Transforming Lives the Student Health Centers are committed to providing access to high quality medical and mental health care. It is our mission to support our students equitably and enhance their educational journey by giving them the tools to acquire knowledge, develop skills and promote the healthy behaviors needed for optimal lifelong physical and emotional health and wellness   


In response to the Coronavirus campus closures WE ARE HERE TO HELP.  We can be reached via email or Call (951) 732-7970 to schedule video telehealth appointments.

Student Health Services has deployed a Student Health Patient Portal where students can register, login and schedule video telehealth appointments with our RN and Personal Counselors 24/7. 


For assistance with your Patient Portal or Scheduling an Appointment please contact:

Health Center Main Line: (951) 732-7970 |
San Jacinto Campus:
Menifee Valley Campus:

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In the event of an emergency (medical or otherwise) please DIAL 9-1-1 from a cell phone or
8-911 from a District phone.

In response to the Coronavirus campus closures WE ARE HERE TO HELP.  We can be reached via email or Call (951) 732-7970 to schedule video telehealth appointments.

NOTE: The Student Health Centers are closed weekends, holidays and for occasional administrative meetings. Clinic hours and provider availability are subject to change without notice.

San Jacinto Campus 
Student Health Center
Modular 1540

LOCATION: Between the Café & the Veteran’s Office

MON      8:00 — 5:00 PM
TUE        8:00 — 5:00 PM
WED       8:00 — 5:00 PM
THU        8:00 — 5:00 PM
FRI          8:00 — 12 NOON

Menifee Valley Campus 
Student Health Center
Modular 2009

LOCATION: Near Parking Lot D, south of Bldg. 600. 

MON      8:00 — 5:00 PM
TUE        8:00 — 5:00 PM

WED       8:00 — 5:00 PM
THU        8:00 — 5:00 PM
FRI          8:00 — 12 NOON

As a Mt. San Jacinto College student, you have access to high quality medical and mental health care that is professional, confidential, supportive, and affordable.

Here at the MSJC Student Health Center we want to be a place where students feel relaxed, rejuvinated and welcome. We don't want you to come and see us only when you are sick. We want to provide resources for your physical, emotional, and mental well-being. 

The MSJC Student Health Centers operates around the 8-Dimensions of Wellness: Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, Vocational, Financial, and Environmental.

We provide basic first aid and out-patient medical care, one-on-one personal and group mental health counseling, as well as a Center of Health & Well-Being space for preventative care.





  • Evaluation/Treatment for short-term illness/injuries

  • Health & Wellness Consultations

  • Health Screenings: Vision | Blood Pressure | Height/Weight

  • Over-The-Counter Medications

  • Feminine Hygiene Products

  • Educational Workshops

  • Nurse Practitioner* COMING SOON!

  • First Aid & Emergency Care

  • Wellness Education

  • Immunizations*

  • Lab Orders*

  • Reproductive Health Products

  • Community Referrals 

  • Classroom/Department Presentations

*Additional fees may apply.


  • One-on-One Personal Counseling

  • Group Counseling/Family Counseling

  • Consultation with Faculty & Staff 

  • Wellness Education

  • Crisis Counseling

  • Educational Workshops

  • Classroom/Department Presentations

  • Community Referrals


  • Zero Gravity Massage Chair

  • Virtual Reality Guided Meditation

  • 8-Dimensions of Wellness Library 

  • Jigsaw Puzzles

  • Board Games

  • Coloring Books

  • Discussion Board / Chalk Board Art

  • Lactation Room for Nursing Mothers

Student Health Services are funded solely by student health fees. All currently enrolled full and part time Mt. San Jacinto College students (minimum of one (1) credit)  who have paid the student health fee may receive services at any MSJC Student Health Center location. Please have your MSJC Student ID ready.

Minors under the age of 18 MUST have a signed minor consent form on file for any medical services prior to the visit. This form can be found on the Student Health Patient Portal under the FORMS tab.




  • MEDICAL: Nurse telehealth visits are available Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am - 2:45 pm. 
    Wait times vary based on availability and urgency.

    Minor consent form is REQUIRED for patients under the age of 18. 


Health Center Appointments:

  • 5 minute grace period for all appointments.

  • Cancellations REQUIRE a 24hr notice for ALL appointments.

  • 3 Strikes Rule: Three (3) “No Show” or “No Notice” cancellations (less than 24hr notice) and the Student Health Center reserves the right to suspended student access to Health Center services. In the event that a student's services are suspended the student must then schedule a meeting with the Associate Dean of Health Services to be reinstated.

  • To receive text message reminders YOU MUST OPT-IN through your Student Health Patient Portal.

    NOTE: The Student Health Centers are closed weekends, holidays and for occasional administrative meetings. Clinic hours and provider availability are subject to change without notice.

Student ​Health Center Fee

Students are assessed a Student Health Center Fee every term. 

This fee enables students to access any MSJC Student Health Center. Available services include basic first aid, over-the-counter medications, health and wellness consultations, 8-dimensions of wellness education, personal counseling, and assistance with community referrals.

Student ​Health Center Fee Schedule

​​Term ​Fee
​Fall ​$20
​Spring ​$20​
​Summer ​$17

In accordance with California Education Code Section 76355, MSJC has a process by which students may request to waive the health fee for active membership in a religious organization that relies exclusively upon prayer for healing or current enrollment in an approved apprenticeship training program.

What is the Student Health Center Fee for?

The Student Health Center Fee funds the MSJC Student Health Centers located on the Menifee and San Jacinto Campuses. Students are eligible for medical services and mental health counseling through the Health Centers. Services include health consultations, triage for first aid & emergency care, wellness education, mental health counseling, and community referrals.

Who can receive services from the Student Health Center?

Services are available to all students that pay the Student Health Center fee and are currently enrolled in one or more credits at MSJC.

I already have Health Insurance, do I still have to pay the Student Health Center Fee?

Yes, all students are required to pay the Student Health Center Fee.

Who is eligible for a Student Health Center Fee waiver?

In accordance with California Education Code Section 76355, the Student Health Center Fee may be waived for the following reasons:


Religious: Students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization. A written letter on letterhead from you religious lead or religious organization is required.


State Approved Apprenticeship Training Program: Students who are attending a community college under an approved State approved apprenticeship training program. Enrollment verification from the approved apprenticeship training program is required.

​To request a waiver, students must complete a Student Health Center Fee Waiver Form application form. A new waiver application is required every term and must be submitted by the end of the second week of instruction.

For more information or to request a Student Health Center Fee Waiver  please contact Student Health Services at

Will I get a refund if I withdraw from enrollment?

Students are eligible for a refund when all classes are dropped/or cancelled within the enrollment fees refund policy deadlines. The refund deadline is the end of the second week of instruction for a full term class and/or within the first 10% of length of the course for a short term course. Refer to the Refund Policy on Page 28 of the 2019-2020 College Catalog.​​​​







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San Jacinto Campus Student Health Center
Modular 1540

Menifee Valley Campus Student Health Center
Modular 2009

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Lisa McAllister DHA, MSN, RN
Associate Dean of Health Services

Monique Rodriguez-Torres
Health Services Specialist

Sara Huteson
Administrative Associate