A variety of health services, including student health center, pharmacy information, counseling services, health education and wellness, graduate student insurance information, etc.
The Student Health Center houses the main health center on campus and is conveniently located adjacent to the Eisenhower Parking Deck and the Bank of America Career Services Building off Bigler Road.
Find the information you need for emergency service, flu shots, medical entrance requirements, billing information and much more.
If you are a graduate assistant or graduate fellow, this information will be a valuable resource for you as you continue your post-graduate education at Penn State.
The Pharmacy provides prescription services and over-the-counter medications and health care products at a special rate to Penn State students. Students can phone a University Health Services (UHS) Nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you decide if you need urgent care, a clinic appointment, or self-care. Experienced nurses will discuss your health concerns such as how to deal with an injured ankle, sore throat, or medication problems. Call (814) 863-4463.
UHS also offers a web page devoted to health problems/issues many students face. Topics include eating disorders, emotional health, nutrition and fitness, sexual health, sexual assault, and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) is an excellent resource for health care information and programs for Penn State students.
CAPS provides group and individual counseling, crisis intervention, and psychological and psychiatric evaluations for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as prevention and consultation services for the University community. Need help now? Come to 501 Student Health Center or call 814-863-0395.