Wellness and Health Information

Snow College and the Office of Residence LIfe are dedicated to providing on-campus residents Public Health and wellness options within Sanpete County. We hope that you will seek services and be made aware of basic information about the symptoms and risks of preventable diseases and available vaccinations. Although immunizations are not required at Snow College, we ask that you review this information so that you can be better informed about protecting your health.

  

Local Health Clinics

Ephraim Intermountain Clinic

(435) 283-4076

525 North Main Street

Ephraim, Utah 84627

Hours: M-F 8AM-5PM, Closed Saturday/Sunday

 

Manti Intermountain Clinic

(435) 835-3344

159 North Main Street

Manti, Utah 84642

Hours: M-TH 8:30AM-5PM, F 9AM-5PM, Closed Saturday/Sunday

 

Mount Pleasant Health Department Office

(435) 462-2449

20 South 100 West

Mount Pleasant, Utah 84647

Hours: M-TH 7:30AM-5:30PM, F 8AM-5PM, Closed Saturday/Sunday

 

Sanpete Health Department Office

(435) 835-2231

40 West 200 North

Manti, Utah 84642

Hours: M-TH 7:30AM-5:30PM, F 8AM-5PM, Closed Saturday/Sunday

Immunication Clinic Open: Tuesdays 2PM-5PM

 

Additional Resources

Central Utah Public Health Department

http://centralutahpublichealth.com/

 

Utah Department of Health

Immunization Program

http://www.immunize-utah.org/

 

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Immunization Information

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines

 

Preventable Diseases Symptoms and Risks

Living in a college community can be an incredible opportunity to learn and prepare for life. However, when living in a community you can come in contact with new people, new germs, and new susceptibilities to diseases. The Center for Disease Control recommends the MMR vaccines for first year college students. Vaccine-preventable diseases can cause long-term illness, hospitalizations and even death. 

Preventable Diseases

Chickenpox (Varicella) 

Diphtheria

Flu (Influenza)

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Measles

Meningoccal Disease

Mumps

Pneumococcal Disease

Rubella

Shingles

Tetanus

Whooping Cough (Pertussis)

 

Immunization Information

You can receive immunizations at a local healthcare provider's office, public health department, community health center or international travel clinic. Snow College does not have a clinic on campus, however, we have several partners in the community that provide such services. 

To review the recommended immunization schedules please refer to the following: 

Immunization Schedule

College Immunization Recommendations

International Travel Immunizations

 

Counseling and Wellness Center

The Couseling and Wellness Center is a department dedicated to assisting students with challenges they might face while attending college. Services may include counseling for anxiety, depression, stress, mental and situational issues. The center offers individual, group and relationship counseling by state licensed mental health professionals.  

The Center is open from 9:30AM-5:00PM M-F, with some extended hours that may vary pending counselor availability. The Center is located East of the Business Building. For more information please refer to their website