Hours of operation
Health Services is an outpatient facility.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, the hours are:
- Mondays through Friday from 8:00am - 5pm
Outside of the Fall and Spring semesters, the hours are:
- Monday through Friday from 8am - 4pm and clinical services are limited.
Health Services is located in the back of Roberts Hall and across from Pinedale.
Click here for a (PDF) with our location: building W (HLTH) on the map.
How we can help you
The office can evaluate and treat most problems that students have; sore throats, coughs, the flu, skin problems, gyn problems, birth control, orthopedic injuries, and stress issues are some of the more common complaints.
We also help students with chronic health problems adjust to taking care of themselves. Every year, there are students who have problems such as seizure disorders, cardiac problems, diabetes, eating disorders, and other chronic issues where Health Services consults with the primary care provider.
When a student has a problem that Health Services can't handle, we may:
- Refer to an off campus health care provider
- Consult with the student's primary care provider
- With the student's permission, call the parents
Making an appointment
We ask that all students CALL FIRST.
Phone: x8982 or x6641
Appointments can be made for:
- Mondays through Fridays from 8:30am - 5pm
What to bring
Please bring your insurance card or insurance information as well as your student ID to your visit.
Each time you visit Health Services for care, we are able to bill your insurance (whether it's your student health insurance plan through the university, your own plan, or a family health insurance plan). We do not charge a separate co-pay for office visits. The mandatory student health fee is considered the co-pay.
All on-campus emergencies need to call x9191 or (508) 999-9191 if calling from a cell phone.
If you are in need of first aid or you have an urgent issue that is not an emergency, we do accept walk-ins. In this case, a Registered Nurse will initially evaluate you. Typically, physician and nurse practitioner visits are by appointment only.