What if I test positive for COVID-19?

If you test positive for COVID-19, or are told by a healthcare provider that you are presumed positive for the virus, we encourage you to let us know by filling out one of the appropriate forms for students or for faculty/staff. This information is completely voluntary and confidential – it helps university healthcare professionals monitor the impact to the campus community and provide any resources and support you might need wherever you are. 

Update on Student Health Services

Many Student Health services are operating at limited capacity through the summer at the main Campus location only. The Centennial Location is closed until the fall. 

Student Health Primary Care and Gynecology Service providers will be available to maintain ongoing health care via secure message in the healthy pack portal. Please reach out to your provider to discuss your care and the possibility of a telemedicine consultation. 

Student Health Services is providing a number of in person appointments and telemedicine consultations for acute and ongoing illnesses. Students should call  919-515-2563 for an appointment of any kind. No walk-in patients will be seen and no online appointments can be made at this time. 

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

If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms or believe you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus and need to pick up something from the Pharmacy, please call the Pharmacy 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.    

Reduced and limited services at Student Health

Many Student Health Services are being reduced and limited. Allergy, Travel, Occupational Medicine, Immunizations and Physical Therapy and Nutrition appointments will not be made and may be canceled. Please check your messages about appointments already

Info for students returning from spring break

Many students will be traveling back to Raleigh and NC State’s campus from spring break activities soon and some may have concerns about where they traveled or who they have been in contact with. We