Health and Counseling Center

Coronavirus Updates

All Appointments are Now Phone Visits for Primary Care and Counseling Services.

To schedule an appointment, please call the Health and Counseling Center at 503.943.7134
We are still open normal hours on Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Questions? Send us an email at hcc@up.edu 

Students Remaining in Oregon 

Students residing in Oregon can access over the phone services with an HCC provider. Treatment options may vary but can include: triage, diagnosis and treatment of illness, general health consultation, medication refills, and referrals.

If a student schedules an over the phone visit with an HCC provider, they should make note of the following items: 

  1. When scheduling your appointment, please provide the phone number at which you would like to use for this service.
  2. The provider will call the student at the time of the appointment.
  3. Students must complete an online confidentiality & consent to treatment form prior to the phone appointment. This can be found in the student's Secure Patient Portal under "Medical Clearances".

Students Leaving the State of Oregon 

Due to licensing restrictions, students who are returning to their homes outside the state of Oregon will need to follow-up with a provider in their home state. The HCC staff remains available for locating providers and navigating insurance questions.

If you are currently experiencing a health emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.


To Cancel or Change an Appointment

Please call the Health Center at 503.943.7134 or send us an email at hcc@up.edu leaving a a detailed message including your name and contact information for where you can be reached.

Our Mission

The Health and Counseling Center staff are committed to providing an emotionally safe, accessible, and compassionate space for all University of Portland students. We strive to integrate multicultural humility and competence into our everyday functioning, firmly planted in the belief that all people have dignity and are deserving of respect. Grounded in this foundation, we support students of all identities including age, gender, culture, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, language, mental and physical ability, national origin, religion, spirituality, size, socio-economic status, immigration status, political perspective, and world view. HCC staff are committed to opposing microaggressions, discriminations, prejudice, and all forms of oppression.

Confidentiality Statement

The Health and Counseling Center values our ability to provide students with a safe and confidential place to seek help. We will not disclose student information to parents, friends, coaching staff, or UP faculty unless we have signed release from the student.