Caption: Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961
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He suir to ask. tor help tt the first sign of trouble. Do nor wait until yon
., • so t-ir behind that it is impossible to catch up, or to raise your grades to an •CCtptible level. Mid-semester is a good time to assess your progn and to take
s to bring up your grades when thej are low. However, if you are in
difficulty, you should SUSpeCt it before- then, and should ck assistance. A good way to avoid trouble in most courses is to attend every class S lion C every day, and to prepare every assignment thoroughly and on time. THE STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICE
The Student Counseling Service offers professional services to help you ve: me problems and difficulties which might interfere with your making ill use of your abilities and educational opportunities. Its services include psychological, vocational, and educational testing and counseling, counseling on academic and personal adjustment and marriage counseling. It offers group counseling for improvement of reading and study skills a voluntary program in which about 800 students a year take part. T h e Counseling Service also administers some 10 testing programs for special University purposes and for other purposes of national or regional scope. T o make an appointment with a counselor, go to the office. 311 Administration ( E ) . or telephone 7-6611 Ext. 2210 for an appointment. HEALTH SERVICES
HEALTH CENTER The University maintains a Health Center, staffed by 18 physicians, in Davenport House, 807 S. W r i g h t St. In addition, seven visiting specialists provide consultation in ear, nose and throat, orthopedics, and diseases of the skin. T h e Health Center is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m.-12 noon Saturdays. Nurses are on duty 24 hours a day at McKinley Hospital, and a physician is on call for emergencies from 5 p.m. each day until 8 a.m. the following day. and over weekends and holidays. In cases where continued attention is required, the student may be referred to a personal physician. Appointments at the Health Service can be made bv calling 7-6611 Ext. 3789. MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION Three psychiatrists, a clinical psychologist, and two psychiatric social workers are available for consultation at the Health Center. McKINLEY HOSPITAL Both Health Service and community physicians care for patients at McKinley Hospital, which has capacity of 150 beds. T h e r e is an emergency room, where physicians and nurses may give medical attention when the Health Center is closed. HEALTH INSURANCE All students are required to carry hospital insurance, paid as part of your fees when you register. If you already have health insurance equal in benefits to that obtained through the University, and can present evidence to prove you do, you will be refunded the cost of the University policy. Refunds are available at the Insurance Office, 258 Administration ( W ) .