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In the event of a MEDICAL EMERGENCY on campus, call:

Campus Sheriff:
(310) 287-4314

The Sheriffs are available 24 hours per day in Parking Lot #5.


Building A-9
(Near Lot #1 & ASO)

Fall & Spring

8am to 4:30pm
(Closed 30 min. for lunch at approx. 12pm)


9:30am to 6pm
(Closed 30 min. for lunch at approx. 12:30pm)


Tues: 11am to 12pm
Wed: 12pm to 1pm
Thur: 2pm to 3pm


The Health Center is CLOSED Fridays, Weekends & Holidays

Winter & Summer

Hours vary - Please call




Student Health & Wellness Center


Flu Shots Available - $5 

The best way to protect against influenza (flu) is to get a flu vaccine every flu season. Flu is a contagious respiratory disease that can lead to serious illness, hospitalization, or even death. Every flu season is different, and influenza infection can affect people differently. Even healthy people can get very sick from the flu and spread it to others. The first and most important step in protecting against flu is to get a flu vaccine each season. CDC recommends everyone six months and older get an annual flu vaccine. 


Shots available on a first-come basis until supplies run out. Stop by during student health center hours or make an appointment by calling: (310) 287-4478.

The WLAC Student Health & Wellness Center is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all students attending the college. The Center provides FREE & LOW COST health care services to all currently enrolled WLAC students. It is primarily supported by the Student Health Fee. Students must show a WLAC photo ID and proof of enrollment to receive services.

All medical and mental health services are provided by a licensed medical provider (M.D., N.P., etc.), a licensed psychotherapist, or pre-licensed providers in training. An on-call physician is available for medical consults.


Call (310) 287-4478

To schedule an appointment for medical and gynecological screenings. All other services are available by walk-in appointment.

Some services may require out-of-pocket fees.

List of Services


General Health Services

  • On-Site Certified Nurse Practitioner able to diagnosis, treat, and dispense prescription medication
  • Physical Exams
  • Non-Urgent Medical Care
  • Gynecological Services (i.e. pap smears)*
  • First Aid for Minor Burns, Cuts, Sprains, and Sores
  • Family Planning & Contraception*
  • Pregnancy Test and Condoms*
  • Over-the-Counter Medications
  • Blood Pressure and Diabetic Monitoring
  • Basic Hearing / Vision Exams
  • TB Screenings & Immunizations
  • Diagnosis & Treatment of Short-term Illnesses (Flu, Cold, Sore Throat)
  • Referrals to Off-Campus Physicians, Medical Centers, Clinics and Telephone Hotlines
  • Health Information, Workshops & Annual Health Fair

* FAMPACT program application available: FAMPACT is a program that provides no-cost family planning services to low income men, women, and teens who meet FAMPACT eligibility criteria

Mental Health Services

  • Depression
  • Anxiety (Test, Social, etc.)
  • Relationship Problems / Couple Therapy
  • Stress Management
  • Family Conflicts
  • Substance Abuse
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Domestic Violence
  • Grief
  • Eating Disorders
  • LGBTQ Issues
  • Parenting
  • Time Management
  • Referrals to Community Resources

Partial Lab Tests & Immunizations

Some labs and immunizations require out-of-pocket fees.

  • College Health Screen (screens for anemia, diabetes, cholesterol, kidney function)
  • CBC (screens for anemia)
  • Glucose random/fasting (screens for diabetes)
  • ABO & Rh (Blood type)
  • TSH (screens for thyroid function)
  • Lab Panels required by specific college programs (i.e. Nursing, Dental Hygiene, EMT)
  • Measles (Titer)
  • German Measles (Titer)
  • Mumps (Titer)
  • STD Screening*
  • HIV
  • RPR (Screening for syphilis)
  • MMR
  • Hepatitis
  • Tetanus
  • TB Skin Test
  • Varicella
  • Flu Vaccine (at select times during the year)