Hello Huntingdon College Hawks!
We would like to take this time to inform you that we have a new interactive online health portal, PyraMed, that will be used CAMPUS WIDE. This portal will allow you to schedule appointments with Athletic Training and Health & Wellness, fill out/sign important health and athletic training forms, upload supporting health and athletic training documents, communicate with Nurse Conville, the Athletic Training Staff, and Student Access Services and SO much more!

This web portal will have up-to-date information on things you need to know and any important updates that have been made on campus directly affecting your health and wellbeing. We encourage you to click the link below, use your school credentials (your school email login information) to log in and see if you have any pending forms or documents that need to be submitted. You will need to complete a few forms before the spring 2024 semester begins so please log on sooner than later to get started on these. If you are having trouble logging in, please submit a Cayzu and IT will be happy to assist you!

Please remember you will need to use this site to book your appointments to see your Athletic Trainers also going forward. The link to the portal is huntingdon.studenthealthportal.com. We hope this new portal will not only help us, but help you streamline any processes you need to follow while using our health services. We are excited about this process and look forward to seeing you soon!

Huntingdon College Health & Wellness, Athletic Training, and Student Access Services Functions available on the portal:

  • Home-Home Page
  • My Profile-Students can change their password, View Immunization & Lab History and Visit Summaries & Images
  • Messages-You can send secure messages via portal/view messages
  • My Forms-Students can fill out & submit and sign Forms online
  • Appt Scheduling-Students can schedule appointments online
  • Doc Upload-Students can upload documents to the portal that will transfer to PyraMed.

The Office of Health and Wellness

The Office of Health and Wellness is located in Jackson Home, Room 113. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays. The office provides treatment for minor injuries, evaluation of symptoms, over-the-counter medications, and referrals to doctors, clinics, and hospitals. Walk-ins are welcome; appointments are recommended.

NOTE: If you have symptoms of COVID-19, call the office to report your symptoms but do not come to the office.

To make an appointment:

  • Email healthandwellness@hawks.huntingdon.edu
  • Office: (334) 833-4440
  • For after-hour emergencies, call 911 and inform Campus Security at (334) 324-6565.
  • For after-hour illness, visit an urgent care facility.


Services Available

  • First Aid
  • Triage and referral in association with Vaughn Urgent Care and various clinics and specialists in the River Region
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Injections (parental guidance and physician referral required)
  • Issuance of medical excuses for legitimate, substantial, and defensible causes. In order to obtain a medically excused absence from Student Health Services, students must provide medical documentation (medical excuse) or be seen in Student Health Services.
  • Flu Shots – The Office of Health and Wellness provides an annual Flu Shot Clinic in the fall during which flu shots are administered at a nominal cost. Watch for notices of this service in your email.
  • For counseling and mental health needs, contact the Huntingdon Office of Counseling Services at hccounseling@hawks.huntingdon.edu.


There is no cost associated with services by the Office of Health and Wellness, however outside providers may have associated costs. Students will file with their health insurance provider(s) as necessary.

General Information

  • Students are required to submit the Student Health Form prior to enrollment.
  • Students who take special medications or who are allergic to medications are strongly encouraged to wear medical identification warning bracelets.
  • Huntingdon College is a smoke-free campus.

Important Resources

Screenings and Vaccinations

In the interest of the health and safety of the entire Huntingdon community, Huntingdon College requires that students have their immunization records up to date, be screened for tuberculosis (according to recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health) and undergo other required and recommended immunizations and screenings.

Flu shots are available for a nominal cost through the Office of Student Health Services during the fall semester.

The Huntingdon College Health Form, required of all students upon entrance to the College, may be completed online as part of the Enrollment Forms and Information  page.

Required Immunizations for Attendance

  • DTap – Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis
  • IPV – Polio
  • MMR – Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
  • Varicella – Chickenpox

Recommended Vaccinations

  • Meningococcal Tetravalent  (A, C, Y, W-135)
  • Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV)— for males and females ages 9 – 26 years old.
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine:  Given as a series.
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine:  Given as a series.
  • Influenza:  Given annually, this vaccination is available on campus for a nominal fee during the fall semester.
  • Covid 19 Vaccine: Please see CDC link for recommendations. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/stay-up-to-date.html

Important Information about Student Health Insurance

Students enrolled in 12 credit hours or more in any one semester are required to submit health insurance documentation. Students are required to comply with any and all federal and/or state laws regarding the maintenance of health insurance. Students are strongly urged to have medical, accident, hospitalization and health insurance from a reputable provider. Huntingdon College is not responsible for students’ health-related expenses. Information regarding health insurance is available in the Office of Health and Wellness.

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