Harrison Health Center
The Harrison Health Center is devoted to providing quality, accessible, and integrated health services and education to keep students physically and emotionally healthy during their time at the college. The services of the health center are available to all eligible students. The office is open Monday through Friday during the regular school year and by appointment over the summer.
Our services include primary care, women’s health, immunizations, counseling, and psychiatry. Students can schedule appointments online, in person, or by phone, and can communicate with their providers via secure electronic messaging.
We are committed to helping students thrive and get the most out of their college experience. From eating well and staying active to managing stress, the Harrison Health Center focuses on student well-being by providing ongoing wellness workshops and participating in health-related outreach events on campus.
Health Center Operations Update During the Spring 2021 Semester
As a result of COVID-19, the Harrison Health Center has implemented new procedures for appointments. Please see the specific process for requesting appointments as outlined below for each of the services:
COUNSELING AND PSYCHIATRY
Returning clients (i.e., students who saw a counselor during the fall semester or during the 2019–20 academic year)
- Email and provide Counseling Center staff with basic demographic information (i.e., name, date of birth, phone number, SJC email address, and what state you’ll be in for spring semester), explaining that you were seen by a counselor and/or the psychiatrist through the SJC Counseling Center last year and would like to resume those services this year. For continuing therapy, you may also email this information to your counselor directly.
- You will then be sent paperwork to your online patient portal, where you will need to complete and submit the required returning client forms.
- Once all paperwork is completed in full and signed/submitted, staff will reach out to schedule your appointment.
- Your counselor may then refer you, as requested/appropriate, to the psychiatrist.
- Email and provide Counseling Center staff with basic demographic information (i.e., name, date of birth, phone number, SJC email address, and what state you’ll be in for spring semester).
- You will then be emailed directions to set up your online patient portal, where you will need to complete and submit the required new client forms.
- Once all paperwork is completed in full and signed/submitted, staff will reach out to schedule your initial intake appointment with a counselor.
- The counselor may then refer you, as requested/appropriate, to the psychiatrist.
Medical services is seeing students via telehealth and for follow-up in-person appointments only when clinically indicated. Students should call the health center to schedule appointments; walk-in appointments are not available for the Spring 2021 semester.
Anne Arundel County COVID-19 Resources
For information on local COVID-19 testing, visit the Anne Arundel County Department of Health website or call the COVID-19 Healthline at 410-222-7256.