A DEPARTMENT OF THE DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Summer Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 4:30 PM

(closed holidays) 

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

On March 22, 2013, the Division of Student Affairs merged University Health Services and the Counseling and Wellness Center into a single, integrated department, Student Wellness Services.   Led by University Physician, Dr. Christopher Diamond, Student Wellness Services will improve student access to a range of wellness services, enable us to reach out to students needing help, and allow for a collaborative practice that will better meet students’ complex needs.  Eventually, all services will be located in a single location with a single contact number.  Until then, all services remain in place and their contact numbers are unchanged.

College health is “the caring intersection between health and education. It is a community with a shared vision and common cause. College health cannot be separated from the physical, social, emotional, political or cultural influences, nor from fostering a sense of belonging and value."  *

*Boyer E. Keynote Address. College: The Quality of Life. American College Health Association Annual Meeting. Chicago: May 27, 1987

University Health Services is here to assist students to be and remain healthy.   We offer routine medical care by appointment to all students and will work with your primary care provider to manage chronic problems.  When indicated, we use a network of local specialists and hospitals to handle other or more serious medical issues.  We also offer some immunizations, contraceptive counseling and management, hearing screens, and several specialty clinics such as an allergy shot clinic.

Please use the tabs to the left to find information about our operations, appointment scheduling, State of Connecticut and CCSU health information requirements, health topics, medical advice, record requests, and health programs, such as seasonal flu clinics.  Watch for our medical updates and advisories.

    

 

Location:  Marcus White Annex next to the Student Technology Center

Central Connecticut State University has a strong institutional commitment to the principles of diversity and takes affirmative action to achieve that end. The university does not discriminate in its educational and employment programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, or veteran status.