Angelo State Student Clinic
Call the ASU Crisis Line at 325-486-6345 for help. You can speak with a counselor who can help and get you connected with ASU services.
Call the ASU Crisis HelpLine if:
- Someone engaged you in sexual activity without your consent.
- You’re contemplating suicide.
- You’re worried your relationship just hit a violent point.
- Your drug or alcohol abuse is out of control.
- You’re in a mental health crisis.
Angelo State Student Clinic
The On-Campus Student Health Clinic is located at Shannon Clinic Jackson (next to the Junell Center). The clinic provides confidential services to ASU students who have paid the Medical Services Fee.
Angelo State University and Shannon Clinic are partners for the service of ASU Student Health. ASU students are able to receive the excellence of Shannon Clinic's medical care on the ASU campus (at the Campus Clinic) and also at three nearby urgent care locations.
For transportation options to Urgent Care–South or Urgent Care–West, please visit the Ram Tram website for more details.
Nurse Help Line
The Shannon Nurse Help Line is also available to ASU Students 24/7/365. Call 325-481-2002 to reach the Shannon COM Center. Then identify yourself as an ASU student and ask to be connected with the Nurse Helpline.
Labs and x-ray services
Common routine labs are free and include the following:
- Occult blood.
- Urine dipstick.
- H.pylori (screening for ulcers).
- Rapid flu.
- RSV (respiratory syncytial virus).
- Rapid strep.
- TB testing.
Some x-rays may be obtained at no charge. Check with your provider to discuss more details on other imaging studies.
Diagnostic tests, such as lab and x-rays, are not covered by student fees. Students are responsible for all fees associated with diagnostic testing. These can be discussed with your provider.
Student health insurance
Medical providers at Angelo State University cannot share clinical information with anyone, including parents, without the permission of student patients age 18 and older. The exception to this would be if students are in impending danger of hurting themselves or others, or are incapable of taking care of themselves.
ASU encourages students and parents to maintain open communication to avoid situations in which parents are worried about the health and well-being of their students.
A medical record is created when you receive treatment from a medical professional at Student Health Services (SHS). Each student's medical record is the physical property of SHS, and must remain in the custody of SHS staff at all times. Consistent care is exercised by all SHS staff to protect the privacy and confidentiality of patient health information. Medical information is not released by any member of the SHS staff without a student's consent, unless authorized by law.
Your medical records are the physical property of Student Health Services. The information contained in the medical record is confidential and will not be released without your permission, unless otherwise authorized by law. Patients can submit an Authorization for Release of Patient Information form to request access or copies of their medical records. Most requests for copies can be accommodated within 7 to 10 business days. Please contact us at least 24 hours in advance to make arrangements to view records or request copies for pickup. To help protect your privacy, you must present identification prior to viewing records or picking up copies from our office.
Medical information obtained from our website is not intended as a substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect you have a problem, you should consult a healthcare provider.
We're here to help. Please call 325.942.2171 for answers.
ASU Crisis Line 325.486.6345
Do you have questions about a health condition, want to learn more about your health risk factors or need information about healthy lifestyle choices? Visit the Shannon Health Library and search a topic, take a quiz or read the latest health news.
If you have used the contracted health services at the ASU Campus Clinic or at one of the Shannon Clinic Urgent Care locations and need to express concerns about the way you were treated, quality of care, or any concerns in general, please do the following:
- Go to the General Questions and Comments form.
- Fill out the page completely and make sure that under the comment section you clearly state that you are an ASU student and note when you used the service.
- Submit the form.
Shannon Clinic will contact you and resolve your inquiry in a timely manner.