Ohlone Student Health Center
The Student Health Center is a collaboration between Washington Hospital and the Ohlone Community College District to bring access to health care to Ohlone students. The health center has on staff a family nurse practitioner, a marriage-family therapist, a health educator, a medical assistant, and an administrative assistant. Services are offered to all current Ohlone students regardless of insurance status. Most services at the center such as primary care visits, physicals, and mental health services are included in the student health fee. For a small charge, students may also receive immunizations, lab work, STD testing, and pregnancy testing. The health center sees students both on an appointment and drop-in basis.
The counseling department provides a wide range of counseling services, both academic and personal. Counselors work with students individually, in small groups, as well as classes. Academically, counselors help students with career planning, orientation to the school, transfer plans, and graduation requirements. Some of the counselors are bilingual, working with non-English speaking students. The department also offers online counseling for academic goals. The department sees students on an appointment, drop-in, and online basis.
Veterans’ Affairs Office
The veterans’ affairs office assists veterans with services such as the completion of VA assistance forms, verification of academic records for academic progress and military credit, provide special assistance to those enrolled in the Veteran Vocational Rehabilitation program, and acts as a liaison between the veterans and Ohlone’s counseling department. Primarily an appointment based office, the veterans’ affair office sees students on drop-in basis for an hour each day.
Students Accessibility Services (SAS)
The Ohlone College Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is designed to open the doors to educational and occupational opportunities for students with disabilities.