Good news! The StudentBlue waive/enrollment period is now open for the Fall 2015 semester! You should submit your waiver or enroll into the plan at your earliest convenience. To enroll or waive the StudentBlue plan …read more.
As of August 1, 2015, StudentBlue will no longer be offering a voluntary insurance plan. This will affect students with dependent coverage as well as students that are ineligible for the mandatory plan, i.e. distance …read more.
Our toll free number for after hours nurse advice is back in service! The toll free number is 877.514.5307. Students may access this number after hours for advice concerning illness or injuries. The after hours …read more.
Student Health works hard to educate students on a variety of topics including prevention, treatment of common illness and injury, and public health initiatives. March is TB Awareness Month, thus, this is your opportunity to …read more.
The stomach bug or stomach flu, is on campus. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain/cramping, fever and/or headache. If you are experiencing these symptoms call 919.515.2563. The virus is spread by touching contaminated surfaces or objects …read more.
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 …read more.
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, …read more.
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 …read more.
Though we’re in the early weeks of the spring semester, we’re knee-deep in the winter season. Many wonderful things accompany winter: hot chocolate, cozy sweaters, and the occasional snow day. But one not-so-wonderful thing faces …read more.
The start of the 2014 spring semester is a perfect time to take stock of your New Year’s resolutions. Checking in now with the resolutions you set on January 1st can help you remember exactly …read more.