Students: Please join the Student Wellness team and your fellow students every day between 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. local time March 11-16 for Student Wellness Week on your campus. As part of USAHS’ commitment to wellness, Student Services hosts events throughout the year that provide an opportunity to learn, grow and reflect on your own wellness journey. There will be giveaways, raffles, snacks and activities focused on overall well-being.

  • Monday, March 11—Positivity Drive Affirmations
  • Tuesday, March 12—Tasty Traditions Cookbook
  • Wednesday, March 13—Wellness Wits Bingo (lunch will be provided)
  • Thursday, March 14—Blissful DIY Spa Day and Mingle with Student Orgs
  • Friday, March 15—Dear Me, With Love: A compassionate letter to self
  • Saturday, March 16—Soulful Sculpting

Hello, San Marcos, CA campus students! You are cordially invited to participate in the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Career Fair, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. PT Thursday, March 14. Numerous employers will be present on campus to discuss full-time jobs, part-time jobs, clinicals and internships. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet employers who want to hire USAHS students and alumni!

Save your spot today and register now on Handshake.

This Career Fair is open to anyone affiliated with USAHS on the San Marcos campus, at all levels, for all programs at no charge. Come ready to discuss your wonderful accomplishments and achievements! We will have many diverse organizations registered. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions, please contact me at careerservices@usa.edu.

Clinical Placements: Most clinical partners require students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to meet their Clinical Experience requirement. Clinical placements and experiences may be at risk for those students who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

  • Quick Reference Guide to COVID-19 Links

  • Reentry Communications can be found at usa.edu/return-to-campus/.

  •  Updated FAQS and Reentry Decision Chart

  • Face Masks remain optional in all campus facilities, except:
    • If you are exposed to COVID-19 and do not have symptoms, wear a mask for 10 full days following the most recent date of exposure.
    • If you test positive for COVID-19, remain off campus and isolate for five days after the date of symptom onset. When symptoms resolve, campus may be accessed if a mask is worn at all times through the 10th day after symptoms began.
    • We continue to encourage the use of face masks for our pro-bono clinics and with research study participants.
    • Face masks will continue to be made available on all campuses.