Weekly Poll: Student Wellness Center

The Student Wellness Center. Picture provided by Texas Tech.

The Student Wellness Center. Picture provided by Texas Tech.

Students at Texas Tech pay a $75 medical services fee each semester. This entitles them to discounted medical assistance through Student Health Services, depending on their insurance status. But are students actually utilizing the Student Wellness Center?

Walk-ins and appointments are welcome, but students have complained of long wait times, with reports of it sometimes taking two days before students can see a medical professional. With student enrollment continuing to grow, the problem may intensify in future years.

Have you had a positive or negative experience at the Student Wellness Center? There are multiple questions on this poll, so please be sure to answer each one.

About Sarah Self-Walbrick

Graduate Executive Director — Mass Communication Graduate Student, Class of 2017
Sarah, a Lubbock native, has two bachelor of art degrees in electronic media and communication and journalism, and is pursuing a master's in mass communications. She loves Texas, her husband and dog, and good storytelling.

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