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About Campus Health

Highly qualified professionals provide top-quality care and can assist with referrals to on- and off-campus resources. Included in tuition and fees, the health fee at NC State covers routine visits to providers (physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners). Services with a charge are offered at prices competitive with the community.

Our Mission and Values


To provide appropriate, affordable, accessible and high-quality primary health care to eligible students, and provide a comprehensive disease-prevention and health education program in the NC State University community.


  • Respect: We value, accept and welcome people from all communities across our diverse campus population.
  • Integrity: We are committed to honesty and confidentiality, while adhering to the highest standard of ethical principles.
  • Excellence: We are committed to providing superior, cost effective healthcare to our NC State community.
  • Customer Service: We pride ourselves in meeting the needs of our patients and exceeding their expectations.
  • Teamwork: We collaborate across departments to provide continuity of care.

Todd Davis Endowment

The Todd Davis Endowment Fund financially supports students undergoing treatment for cancer and encourages a focus on health and healing.


Campus Health is proud to be accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc (AAAHC) and Commission on Office Laboratory Accreditation (COLA).


  • 1889 – Medical care was first offered at NC State in Holladay Hall
  • 1897- Infirmary housed in the Alumni  Building
  • 1943 – Infirmary relocated to Clark Hall Infirmary
  • 1947 – First permanent physician joined the NC State team
  • 1975 – First pharmacist joined the NC State team
  • 1994 – The Infirmary ended 24-hour service and began emphasizing prevention and outpatient care
  • 1994 – The infirmary is renamed Student Health Services
  • 1995 – Accredited by The Joint Commission
  • 1999 – The Student Health Center opens housing Student Health, the Counseling Center and Disability Services
  • 2007 – Electronic medical records and digital x-ray systems were implemented
  • 2011 – An addition and renovation to the existing building (totaling 62,103 square feet) was completed
  • 2015 – Dental services added
  • 2018 – Opened Primary Care, Physical Therapy and Nutrition Counseling services on Centennial Campus
  • 2022 – Changed name to Campus Health