Student Services University Health Services Center The Health Services Center, located on the north side of campus, is staffed by professional nurses and physicians. Students pay a health fee each semester which allows them to see the physicians for routine tests and examinations at no additional charge. Students living in the residence halls have the opportunity to request the care of a particular physician and medical facility in Mobile on a health data form completed at check-in. If no particular request is made, students are taken to the University of South Alabama Medical Center. Effective Fall 2007, all firsttime entering students born after 1956 MUST provide proof of adequate immunization against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) before class registration. The form can be downloaded at www.southalabama.edu/studenthealth/domesticimmu2.pdf A comprehensive insurance policy is available to South Alabama students. Details are available at Southbound Orientation or through the Vice President for Student Affairs.
USA Bookstores The USA Bookstore and the USA Health Sciences Bookstore are your one-stop sources for all your academic needs, on campus and online. Both stores offer new and used textbooks, course supplies, and a wide assortment of USA apparel and merchandise. They both conduct textbook buy-back programs at the end of each term so students can sell the texts they no longer need and to make more used texts available for the following term. You can visit both bookstores online at www.southalabama.edu/bookstore. Orders placed online can be shipped or picked up in the stores.
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Special Student Services The University offers special services to students with disabilities. Students who register with this office must submit documentation regarding their disabilities. Services provided are: priority registration, counseling, advocacy training, enlargements for the visually impaired, interpreters for the deaf, assistance in obtaining recordings for the blind, and arrangements for accommodation in and out of the classroom as covered under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Students in need of services due to a disability should contact the Special Student Services Office in Room 270, Student Center, (251) 460-7212.
Counseling USA Counseling Services is a professionally staffed service for students offering educational, vocational/career, and personal counseling, as well as emotional and substance abuse counseling. Counseling is free to all USA students.Counseling Services is located in Alpha Hall East, Room 326. The phone number is (251) 460-7051. The Web site is www.southalabama.edu/counseling.
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