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Campus Counseling, Health, and Wellness Services

Campus Care

Your connection for health and mental health services

SEU is excited to have a partnership with our local hospital, Lakeland Regional Health (LRH), to offer all traditional and commuter students unrestricted and comprehensive access to medical care. Being a part of LRH allows our students to be integrated into the largest healthcare system in Polk County.

Your student fees allow for unrestricted access to face-to-face assessments and care on campus. These assessments are unlimited and without additional fees.* 

Mental health support is also comprehensive and available on-campus or virtually. Our counseling and clinical staff collaborate to best support our students, should medications be recommended. Counseling services also include daily group counseling sessions, individual counseling, and 24/7 telecounseling services. Telecounseling is available via TimelyMD’s TimelyCare service.

Remember: Campus Care is NOT a health insurance plan, but rather a platform for unrestricted access to comprehensive care. Do not cancel your personal insurance. Should the clinician order laboratory testing, prescriptions or radiology services, additional charges will apply and insurance can be billed for those services.

Campus Care, designed for use on SEU’s main campus in Lakeland, Florida, provides convenient care and eliminates the hassle of working with your insurance carrier.* Enroll for only $250 per semester (a potential $1,000 in savings) for access to these services.
Mental Health 
  • Face-to-face counseling sessions — up to 6 per semester
    • Marriage & family support
    • Premarital counseling
    • Psychoeducation
    • Group counseling
  • Referrals for medication consultations (as needed)
  • 24/7 TeleCounseling services through TimelyCare

Personal Health
  • Unlimited access to on-campus health services — offered in cooperation with Lakeland Regional Health
  • VIP Membership to Just Move gym
  • Access to campus Aquatic Center 

*Important: Campus Care is NOT a health insurance plan, but rather a cost-effective way to obtain health services on campus. Please do not cancel your personal insurance when you sign up for this plan.

Appointments & Information

To schedule an on-campus medical or mental health appointment, follow the link below. (JICS student login is required)

What's Included

Students may receive care on campus at no additional cost for:

  • Rapid strep
  • Mononucleosis testing
  • Urine pregnancy
  • Occult blood
  • KOH Prep
  • Hemoglobin testing
  • Whole blood glucose
  • Influenza A/B Screen
  • Wet Mounts
  • Urinalysis
  • COVID-19 testing
  • COVID-19 antibody screening
  • Annual flu vaccine
  • And more

NOTE: The above is not a complete list of services.

What's Not Included

*Exclusions to SEU Campus Care are listed below; note that this list is not exhaustive (more exclusions may apply).

When in doubt, please contact Campus Health Services to discuss what is included prior to any services being rendered.

No controlled substances are housed in or prescribed from Health Services.

Megan Hudson, DMSc, PA-C

Dr. Megan Hudson, PA-C, is the director of Health Services at Southeastern University. Hudson started serving in this role in August of 2020. Previously, she served as an assistant professor in the College of Natural & Health Services at SEU for five years.

Dr. Hudson is a nationally-certified Physician Assistant (PA-C), practicing at Lakeland Regional Health. She has worked in family medicine since 2011. As the director of Health Services, Hudson serves students at SEU by creating environments for comprehensive and unrestricted access to physical and mental health services.

Outside of SEU, Hudson has served as a part of the disaster response team (DART) through Samaritan’s Purse. She also encourages students to explore opportunities and careers in global health and medicine. Her heart for global health is integrated into opportunities within Health Services for medical missions.

Hudson holds a bachelor’s degree in pre-med/biology from Southeastern University, a master’s in medical sciences from Barry University, and a doctorate in medical science from the University of Lynchburg. She has published on the benefits of bariatric surgery and works closely with the National Eating Disorder Association to utilize motivational interviewing and resources for students on campus.