Health and Wellness
At ACU we care about the well-being of our community and want to offer the highest level of care to our students, faculty, and staff. Our on-campus health care facility known as the Medical and Counseling Care Center (MACCC) is dedicated to helping current students, faculty, staff and dependents live healthy lives by providing excellent health care, counsel and education.
Beginning January 1, 2018, Wildcat Care is a medical solution integrated with the ACU Medical Clinic where you may continue to receive the quality face-to-face care you are accustomed to, but also have the option to be diagnosed beyond clinic hours and from any location.
Explore the types of health services available through Wildcat Care and the MACCC.
Wildcat Care delivers online access to medical and counseling services. Feeling sick? Just log on anytime from anywhere to have a face to face visit with a licensed medical professional within minutes. Need to talk? You now have the opportunity to schedule an appointment with an online counselor. Wildcat Care brings medical and counseling care to you.
Our professional clinical staff diagnoses and treats acute illnesses such as infections, allergies, asthma, wounds, and sprains. You can also schedule appointments for preventative care, travel medicine, men’s and women’s health concerns, and many other conditions.
The Counseling Center is committed to providing mental health care, spiritual guidance, consultation and education to the ACU community. Our desire is to meet you where you are by helping you think and function more effectively and have more control over your life. Depending on your specific needs, you can set an appointment with one of our licensed counselors or our psychiatrist.
If you have a myACU account, you may schedule online by going to Quicklinks, choose "Medical Clinic Patient Portal" and click on the "Appointment" tab. Patients can usually see a nurse practitioner within 24 hours or the psychiatrist within two weeks. You may also schedule an appointment in person or by phone at 325-674-2625.
Depending on your specific needs, you can set an appointment with one of our licensed counselors or psychiatrist. You may come to the MACCC to fill out a counseling intake or fill it out online here as long as you are on ACU's Wi-Fi. For questions or concerns, or to make an appointment with our psychiatrist, call 325-674-2625.
All new, transfer, readmitted, graduate and special students and students enrolling following a break of at least one long semester are required to provide documentation of meningococcal meningitis immunization to the Admissions and Graduate Admissions Offices. The meningococcal meningitis vaccine or booster must have been administered during the five-year period preceding and at least ten (10) days prior to the first day of the first semester in which the student initially enrolls at an institution.