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Welcome back to campus

Welcome back to campus

Alexia Fisher, Graduate Assistant, University Health Center

September 4, 2020

Whether this is your first time on campus or you are returning, we know things may be a little (or a lot) different. We may not be able to gather as much or as close with our Southeastern family as we have in the past, but that will not stop us from getting through this fall semester together. As a ...

Drink plenty to keep hydrated

Drink plenty to keep hydrated

Alexia Fisher, Graduate Assistant, Univeristy Health Center

July 27, 2020

Dehydration occurs when you lose more fluid than you take in. Your body does not have enough water and other fluids to carry out its normal functions. Dehydration is usually caused by not drinking enough fluids, not replenishing your body with fluids when active and consuming certain beverages (i.e....

University Health Center is open

The UHC remains open and encourages students to use their facilities. Currently, UHC is seeing students in the clinic or through telemedicine appointments.

Alexia Fisher, Graduate Assistant, University Health Center

June 24, 2020

The University Health Center, located on Southeastern Louisiana University's campus, is available to all enrolled university students. For the enrolled students, services are free of charge because students pay for the Health Center in semester dues. However, the UHC charges students a small fee for testin...

Sleep hygiene and tips for finals week: A message from the University Health Center

Sleep hygiene and tips for finals week: A message from the University Health Center

Alexia Fisher, UHC

May 9, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends seven hours of sleep every night; however, on average we may get five to six hours of sleep. Some factors that can affect the quality of your sleep include what we eat and drink, the medications we take, and the environment in which we sleep....