Student health service (SSE)

The student health service (SSE)

A nurse, a doctor, psychologists and a psychiatrist are on hand to answer any questions you may have about your state of health or any problems affecting it.
In addition to this preventive approach, the department offers :
- A free, compulsory medical consultation to monitor your licence
- Free psychological consultations by appointment
- Free access to emergency care (nursing care and medical consultations)
- Advice and prevention campaigns throughout the year (AIDS screening, nutrition, addiction, etc.)
- Checking vaccinations ;
- Help with organising or adapting your course if you have a disability.

Working in partnership with a number of organisations, the Student Health Service is there to help you and your students.
to help you with :
sexuality, contraception, STIs, abortion, free and anonymous screening centre, alcohol, tobacco, drug addiction, depression, psychological problems, eating and sleeping disorders, and any medical, social, family or emotional problems that might interfere with your studies.

Students with chronic pathologies or with specific one-off needs or disabilities are advised to contact the Health Service (SSE and SSE). Relais Handicap) from the beginning of the year to enable the application of accommodation measures for the curriculum and/or examinations and competitions.

Prevention and screening campaigns

The Student Health Service offers prevention and screening campaigns. They concern the community
university, in conjunction with a network of local partners. Its objectives are :

  • Raising awareness of the impact of nutritional dysfunctions on physical and mental health: obesity, anorexia, malnutrition, psychological support, personalised dietary advice, etc.
  • Raising awareness of the impact of addictive behaviour: alcohol, drugs, various addictions, etc.
  • Organisation of information campaigns on AIDS and STIs and screening tests
  • Nutrition education in the form of dietetic events in university catering facilities.

Students are encouraged to check their university e-mail regularly: invitations to visits and information about prevention campaigns are sent by e-mail.


  • Open Wednesday to Friday on the Hannah Arendt campus, d9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Monday and Tuesday from 9am to 5pm on the Jean-Henri Fabre campus
  • Appointments with a doctor on Tuesday mornings at JH Fabre, and Tuesday afternoons at HA (by appointment).
  • Hannah Arendt Campus, North Buildingoffice OE35 and 0E36
  • Jean-Henri Fabre Campus, CERI, health and social area, office C047
  • tel. 04 90 16 25 72
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