Screening for sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) is important for anyone who is sexually active. Gynecology Services at Student Health offers STI testing for students who were born with one or more female reproductive organs (vagina,
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As we continue to navigate through the current changes to this coming school year we are still monitoring COVID-19 and have taken the necessary precautions to prevent the spread. We are open and ready to
Welcome to NC State! We hope that your time here will be healthy, happy and always intellectually stimulating. The following information about immunization requirements, health insurance, health fees, forms, and services that we provide may
Update: January 24, 2020 We continue to monitor the Coronavirus outbreak and, as anticipated, things are rapidly changing. Please continue to check back here for updates and reminders on how to prevent the spread and
Finals can be stressful. Let us help! December 10th – December 14th is Finals Survival Week! Student Health, Wellness and Recreation, NC State Dining, Counseling Center, Student Involvement, Student Government and Prevention Services collaborate to offer resources, events, and giveaways to
Student Health Services is offering discounted massage therapy for faculty and staff during the summer.
Zika is a disease caused by Zika virus which is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito.
Happy April, Wolfpack! Today marks the beginning of Earth Month at NC State. As an institution that has spearheaded research in every discipline, particularly in education, technology, and science, NC State is leading our country
Who’s ready for spring break? Though the semester has been flying by, especially with several snow days, we could all use a breather next week. We deserve to blow off a little steam. In fact,
Today kicks off a week dedicated to an issue that affects all of us: eating disorders. That’s right, we’re all affected by eating disorders because they are a global epidemic. If you haven’t experienced an