Important information and links to health services, health policies & requirements, health insurance, etc. for all students--new and current, domestic and international.
Request a presentation for your group on a health topic.
The WellCAT Ambassadors Program is dedicated to preparing peer educators to present accurate health information to K-State students.
IQ Health is a secure online patient portal that allows students to:
- request a routine appointment,
- update your demographics (address, phone number, etc.),
- request a prescription refill,
- view lab results,
- and communicate with your Lafene Health Center medical provider in a secure, efficient and easy-to-use way.
Contact Lafene Health Center at 785.532.6544 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request activation of your patient portal. You will need to supply your K-State eID and Wildcat ID to get started.
K.I.S.S. (K-Staters Inspired to Stop Smoking)
The KISS campaign provides support for K-State students, faculty, staff that would like to stop smoking or using tobacco. Lafene Health Center can help YOU quit using tobacco. Assistance is provided free of charge. Sessions will be scheduled for individual convenience. Call 785.532.6595 to become tobacco-free!
Healthful & Safe College Life (EDCEP 103)
The Healthful & Safe College Life course addresses pertinent health topics that impact college students and gives them the knowledge to make informed decisions when faced with difficult situations. The course is completed entirely online through Kansas State University. Upon completion, the student will earn 3 undergraduate credit hours which can be applied to the K-State 8 or University General Education (UGE) requirements. Enroll in Healthful & Safe College Life through Division of Continuing Education.
Student learning objectives & assessment plan
Lafene's Health Promotion/Nutrition Counseling department was recognized in Fall 2010 by the Office of Assessment for "successful development and implementation of a new assessment plan" and for a "valuable contribution to K-State's Assessment of Student Learning."