Health Services

Wayland's Health Services recognize that student learning is at the core of the higher
education academic mission. Therefore, Health Services seeks to promote the
health and well-being of every student to maximize their physical, emotional,
and spiritual wellness by educating our students about healthy living as
well as disease prevention in a distinctively Christian environment.

Right in the middle of campus, Health Services is on the second floor of the McClung University Center in Suite #210.

All registered Plainview campus students are eligible for services.

Open during regular business hours with extended hours as necessary. The coordinator of health services can be contacted for after hour needs or concerns, but staff and students should call 911 for any life-threatening emergencies.

Directed by a registered nurse who works in consultation with area physicians, we offer illness assessment with development of an individual self-care plan, first aid treatment or injury assessment, and/or assistance in making referrals to appropriate healthcare providers as necessary.

Although routine services are free of charge including a (2-3 day) supply of over-the-counter (OTC) medications, any medical expenses incurred off campus will be the responsibility of the student.

Flu and travel vaccinations and other immunizations are available for a fee; however, the proper documentation will be provided for reimbursement if it is an eligible benefit on the studentís insurance.

Meningitis Requirement   We now offer the Meningitis vaccination!

Call and schedule your meningitis vaccination at (806)291-3765 today! Discounted rate of $95.00

WBU Requirements

  • Medical History Form (now a 'Vital Health Record' through Magnus Health)
  • Meningitis Verification (click for more details on this requirement)
    Please make sure your documentation meets one of the following criteria:
    • A document bearing the signature or stamp of the physician or his/her designee or public health personnel
    • An official immunization record from a state or local health authority
    • An official immunization record received from school officials
      (All must include the month, day and year the vaccination was administered)

Although strongly recommended, the items below are only required of our international students:

  • Results from tuberculin test or chest X-ray
  • MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) booster since 1980
  • Adult DT (diphtheria/tetanus) booster within last 10 years

The above documentation needs to be submitted
to your Magnus Health account.

WBU Requirements

Who We Are

  Laurie Hall

Director of Health Services

Laurie Hall
(806) 291-3763 office