Free services available to USF students for mental and physical health

May 28, 2020

While all have been busy dealing with COVID-19 these past months, the University of Saint Francis understands students have had their own challenges and struggles to cope with during this year at the university. USF continues to seek the best ways to help all students during the summer months.

Many shared the need for continued viable service for mental and physical health services. The university found a way to help students at no cost to them. Campus.Health provides free 24/7 medical and mental telehealth care for all students! To get started, students should visit Campus.Health. Students should register now and use the service when they need it. Students must enter the coupon code SF2020 when they visit.

Q. Who can use Campus.Health?
A. Any University of Saint Francis student.

Q. What services are available?
A. 24/7 medical or immediate therapy (talk to a mental health provider about anything, after hours or on weekends).

Q. How does it work?
A. Go to Campus.Health. From there, students can register with their school email address, and then they will be able to log in to begin using services. Students can then choose to have a voice or video visit. At checkout, enter the coupon code SF2020.

Q. How much does a visit cost?
A. It’s free! There is no cost for University of Saint Francis students.

Q. Can Campus.Health diagnose COVID-19?
A. Campus.Health will virtually assess symptoms and administer frontline care in a contained environment to limit the spread of illness. They will also give recommendations on need for testing vs. self-quarantine, and where to go if testing or further care is needed.

For other frequently asked questions, please visit Campus.Health.

USF hopes this free service will be of help to students during the summer and as they prepare to be part of the campus community in the fall. Any questions can be directed to Dr. Robert A. Pastoor, Vice President for Student Affairs, at 260-399-7700, ext. 6745, or