Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus



Cameron University students who are enrolled in at least one class meeting on the CU-Lawton campus and paid the Wellness Center Fee are eligible for personal counseling and acute medical care. Unfortunately, Western nursing students, concurrent, online only and Duncan campus students are not eligible


Students should call the SWC to schedule an appointment.

Students also have the option to have the medical provider provide services via telehealth. Telehealth services is an option for some health needs and if deemed appropriate by the medical provider. The medical provider is able to visit with the student via telephone and access the needs. After the assessment, the medical provider will then provide the appropriate action for the student.


All paperwork MUST be completed before appointment.

Students that have not utilized the SWC previously will have to complete a new patient registration packet. Can be completed upon arrival for appointment.

Students who have previously utilized the SWC will have to complete a Reason for Visit form at the time of their appointment. This is completed for each visit.

Medical Provider Hours are as follows

Day of the Week

Medical Provider Hours


1:00 – 4:30 pm


8:00-11:30 am


8:00 – 11:30 am


1:00- 4:30 pm


9-11:30 am

Medical Services Not Provided

  • No COVID-19 testing
  • No STD’s
  • No PAP Smears
  • No PPD’s (TB Skin Test)
  • No Vaccinations

Please contact the Comanche County Health Department (580) 248-5890 located at 1010 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505

Services Provided: Basic/General Needs

  • Flu Shots
  • Strep Test
  • Pregnancy Test
  • Depo – Student MUST provide medication
  • Cough/Colds/Congestion
  • Ear Aches
  • Nausea/Stomach/Vomiting
  • Glucose/Blood Pressure screening
  • ROTC Physicals/ Yoga/Dance Physicals
  • DLO – Lab services – offered at a very discounted rate
    • If referred for labs, students will be given a price ticket to take to One Stop. There, the student will pay the fee and return the receipt to the SWC where the student will receive the lab order to take to DLO Labs.
  • Medications refilled on a case by case basis.