Student Health and Wellness has four different
units to serve enrolled Texas A&M University-Kingsville students. The Health Care Clinic provides general clinic
services for students. The clinic is composed of medical providers
and nurses that see patients by appointment. A limited number of walk-ins are seen on a
first come, first serve basis. Nominal charges are applied to available medications,
immunizations, laboratory tests, supplies and procedures. For student appointments, call 361-593-2904
or go online at The Disability Resource Center offers the
following services for students with diagnosed disabilities on a case-by-case basis: academic
accommodations, evaluation referral options, disability related information, note-takers,
extended testing time, interpreters, assistive technology, advocacy for students’ rights,
and intervention services with faculty members. The Disability Resource Center strives to
be responsive to student needs by enabling reasonable accommodations that aid in the
student’s academic success, and by empowering students to be self-advocates. Contact the Disability Resource Center at
361-593-3024. In Counseling Services, Licensed Professional
Counselors provide psychological services to assist students in realizing, developing
and reaching their full personal potential. Confidential assessments and counseling are
provided for students experiencing personal, career, and/or academic issues. Some common reasons for Counseling Services
include Relationship Difficulties, Career Uncertainty, Academic Concerns, Depression,
Anxiety and Stress. Students also have the ability to participate
in group counseling sessions, or programs focused on holistic wellness and/or alcohol
and other drugs intervention. Counseling Services also provides 30-minute
Relaxing Moment Sessions designed to help students de-stress and minimize anxiety at
any time during the semester. Relaxing Moment Sessions Include Aromatherapy,
Breathing Techniques, Visual Imagery and an Antigravity Recliner Chair. All Counseling Services can be reached at 361-593-3991. The Wellness Program provides education to
the entire student body on a variety of physical, mental, and emotional aspects in a college
environment. Presentations and events are facilitated year
round. Wellness Program Presentation and Event Topics
include Alcohol Awareness, Sexual Health, Sexual Assault Awareness, Bystander Intervention,
Stress Management, Nutrition, And More. For information on annual events or presentation
requests, call 361-593-3991. Student Health and Wellness is located at
1210 North Retama Street. It operates Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.