All other appointments can be made by calling our main number 919-515-2563 or online via the HealthyPack Portal.

Student Health is not accepting walk-ins at this time.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a frequent patient, making an appointment at Student Health Services is easy.

Primary Care Appointments

To schedule an appointment with a provider in primary care please call 919.515.2563.  We reserve a few appointments each day for students who develop severe illness or injury. For telehealth appointments please call 919.515.2563.

Click here for more information on Student Health Services Centennial.

Gynecology Services Appointments

Routine office visits can be scheduled by calling our office at 919-515-7762 or by scheduling on the HealthyPack Portal. Should you need a Gynecology Annual exam, STI testing, any Telehealth appointment, or a procedure (such as a colposcopy, IUD insertion or removal, Nexplanon insertion or removal), you must call our office at 919-515-7762 to schedule.

Allergy Injections

To schedule allergy injections you must call 919-515-2563.  It is encouraged, if you have a recurring schedule of allergy injections, to make all your allergy appointments for the full semester. You will be sent a reminder prior to each appointment.

Travel Clinic Appointments

The travel clinic process should start 6-8 weeks prior to your departure date.  Click here to start the process.

Physical Therapy Appointments

Student Health Services Location

To make your first physical therapy appointment, please call 919.513.3260. You must have a referral for physical therapy before being seen. The referral can come from a doctor at the Student Health Center, your private physician, or a specialist.

Centennial Health Services Location

Physical Therapy’s Centennial Health Services office is now open. Call 919.513.3260 to schedule all appointments and indicate that you would like for your appointment to be on Centennial Campus. The services offered are the same as those at Student Health Services.

Appointments are available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. For more information about hours, click here.

Nutrition Counseling Appointments

You can make an appointment online via the HealthyPack Portal or by calling 919.515.2563.

We are offering both in-person and telehealth appointments. Please note, when you check in for your telehealth appointment a separate window will pop up with the zoom link to access your appointment.

Dental Appointments

Student Health Services is contracted with Campus Smiles, who provide dental care to students, faculty, and staff! To make a dental appointment call 919.515.8979. Campus Smiles has two locations, one at Student Health Services and one on Centennial Campus at Wolf Ridge Plaza Hall.

STI Testing Appointments

Student Health offers confidential HIV and STI testing by appointment during normal business hours both in our Primary Care and our Gynecology Clinic. To make an appointment for HIV or other STI testing, call 919.515.2563 and select option 2. The appointment coordinator can discuss testing options with you.

Wake County HIV/STD Community Testing Program will be returning to NCSU SHS for the Fall 2021 semester. Wake County Human Services (WCHS) offers free testing with an STI counselor at Student Health Services on the first and third Thursdays each month from 12 pm to 4 pm beginning 9/2/21. There will be no testing during academic breaks. Appointments may only be scheduled beginning on the Monday of each week that testing is available. To make an appointment for HIV or other STI testing, call 919.515.2563 and select option 2. The appointment coordinator can discuss testing options with you.

Missed and Late Appointments

If you are unable to make your appointment, please call us at 919.515.2563. Student Health Services charges $25 to your student account for missed appointments or if you do not cancel within the 2-hour window prior to your appointment.   If you are late for your appointment you will be asked to reschedule and will be charged a $25 fee to your student account.

Easton Osborn, PT, DPT, CLT, CES

Physical Therapist About Easton Easton Osborn joined the NC State Health Center in January 2022. He attended Daemen College in Buffalo, NY where he earned his Bachelors of Natural Science in 2014 and his Doctor

Tyler Pearce, MPH

Assistant Director of Community Health About Tyler Pearce Tyler joined Student Health Services in 2021 as the Assistant Director for community health and preparedness. He received his Bachelor Degree in Public Health and Master of Public

STI Express

Screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is important for anyone who is sexually active. Primary Care at Student Health offers STI testing for students. STI tests include blood tests for HIV and syphilis and swabs

Medication Disposal

We propose that you dispose of your expired and unused medications in Med-Safe! Med-Safe Medication Drop Box Please help Student Health Services in the quest to keep our environment and our community safe from expired