The pharmacy will remain open Monday through Friday from 8 am – 5 pm (except for Tuesdays when we open at 9 am). We will be closing for lunch daily from 12 pm – 1 pm.

If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms or believe you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus, please call 919-513-3276 before entering the building. We will arrange to bring your prescription out to you to minimize exposure and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Student Health Pharmacy is open to students, staff and faculty.

*If you are currently in quarantine or isolation on-campus and would like to request delivery of over-the-counter medications from the Student Health Pharmacy, complete the COVID Over-the-counter Medication Request form through the HealtyPack Portal

All requests made by 3:15 pm (Monday-Friday) will be delivered the same day. Any requests made after this time will be delivered on the next business day.  If you have an urgent need and would like to speak with a staff member in the pharmacy please call 919-513-3276.  

The Pharmacy Offers

  • New Prescriptions
  • Prescription Refills
  • Transferred Prescriptions
  • Educational Counseling Regarding Medications
  • Self-Care Medications or Over-the-Counter Medications (OTC)

Our Team

How to Get a New Prescription

We fill prescriptions both from both Student Health Center providers and outside providers. If you are seen by a provider at Student Health your prescription can be directly sent to the Student Health Pharmacy. If you are seen by an outside provider your prescription can be sent to us by that provider, or you can bring in your paper prescription.

How to Get a Prescription Refilled

If you know your prescription number, request refills via the MobileRX app (for Android or iPhone) or online.

If you do not know your prescription number, request refills in person, by phone at 919.515.5040 or via our HealthyPackPortal.

Directions for submitting your refill request via HealthyPackPortal:

  • Log on to the portal
  • Click forms
  • Click the first form (NCSU Pharmacy Refill/Transfer Request Form)
  • Complete the form
  • Click submit

How to Transfer a Prescription

We accept transfer prescriptions with remaining refills from outside pharmacies. In order to do so, we need the name and phone number of the drugstore and the name of your medication. You can call 919.515.5040 or submit this information via our HealthyPackPortal. Please allow 2 days to transfer your prescription(s).

Directions for submitting your transfer request via HealthyPackPortal:

  • Log on to the portal
  • Click forms
  • Click the first form (NCSU Pharmacy Refill/Transfer Request Form)
  • Complete the form
  • Click submit

Prescriptions Stocked at the Pharmacy

Our formulary lists the products we keep in stock. Although our providers work from our drug formulary, in some cases we special order certain medications.  If your prescription is written for a drug not on the formulary, please call the Pharmacy at 919.515.5040 to see if we can order the drug for you. It usually takes one day for us to receive the drug from a wholesaler. If you do not pick up your prescription within seven days, we will return it to our stock.

Medication Questions

We provide counseling on all prescriptions. If you have questions about medications or drug interactions, please call the pharmacy at 919.515.5040.

Self-Care Medications are Available

The pharmacy has a large variety of over-the-counter (OTC) medications and other health care items available for purchase at competitive prices. To see if we stock what you need, click here.

FC2 Female Condoms Now Available by Prescription

The Female Condom (FC2) is the only FDA-approved hormone-free contraceptive that also protects against sexually transmitted infections/diseases. Most insurance companies cover 24 FC2 condoms per month at a $0 copay. If you are interested in obtaining a prescription for FC2, please make an appointment with a provider or speak with a pharmacist.

Med-Safe Medication Drop Box

Please help Student Health Services in the quest to keep our environment and our community safe from expired or unused medications. You can do you part by dropping your medications into the Med-Safe located just outside of the Student Health Services Pharmacy. To learn more about what you can and cannot dispose of in Med-Safe, click here.

Patients are not obligated to use the pharmacy at the Student Health Services. Prescriptions may be filled at the pharmacy of the patient’s choice. If you need further assistance please call 919.515.5040.