Health Services

1700 SW College  Morgan Hall Room 170 Topeka, KS 66621

M,T,Th,F : 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. W 8:00 a.m-1:00 p.m and 2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Prescription Refills
Call 670-1471 for refills Allow 3 business days for refills


Where is Student Health and what are the hours?

Morgan Hall, Room 170
M T TH F 8-1 and 2-5
W 8-1 and 2-4:30
The last walk in patient is accepted approximately 30 minutes prior to closing 

What does it cost to be seen at Student Health Services?

All students who are currently enrolled at WU can be seen at no charge for urgent care needs, routine physical exams, well woman exams, health care education, and care of stable chronic care conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.  There is a fee for immunizations, TB testing, lab and x-ray.

What if I have a mental health issue?

Staff at Student Health Services collaborates with WU Counseling Services for students experiencing depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD and other emotional/psychological conditions.   

What is an advanced registered nurse practitioner?

Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (APRN) are expert clinicians with advanced training who provide a full range of services including advanced health assessment; ordering, performing and interpreting diagnostic tests; diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions; prescribing medications and treatments; health education; and managing overall patient care. 

What if I want to see a doctor?

Dr. Praticia Klassen of Tallgrass Family Medicine is the collaborating physician for Student Health Services.  Dr. Jean Policard works with WU Counseling Services and sees students with mental health concerns.  Referrals are made to both providers on a case by case basis.  Student Health Services also works with a variety of other physicians and health care specialists in the community.  Students always have the right to see a physician of their choice at their own expense.