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Dedicated to affordable, quality health care.
Monday: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.Tuesday–Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Appointments are now required for all students, please call 508-929-8875 to make an appointment.
Our staff includes licensed nurse practitioners and physicians, which enables us to evaluate you on campus for any illness or health concern with minimal disruption to your studies.
Health Services at Worcester State University is your source for high-quality, cost-effective health care. We provide accessible, convenient, and affordable services—we don’t bill you or charge any co-pays. Our services include:
Health Services educates students to promote health and wellness. Our programs include:
We offer practicums and internships for Worcester State nursing students and UMass Medical School-Graduate School nursing and nurse practitioner students.
All students must call prior to entering Health Services, no routine walk-ins will be accepted. If a student has an emergency, they should contact University Police, and, if it is related to COVID-19, the student should make University Police aware of this when they call.
All students should report any symptoms related to COVID to Health Services by telephone, and also contact our office, if the student has been confirmed positive for COVID-19 or has been told that they are a close contact of an individual with confirmed COVID-19.
MA DPH Covid-19 testing sites
Please refer to the university's Safe Return plan for additional information.
Per Massachusetts Department of Public Health the Flu vaccine will be required annually for: all full time undergraduate and graduate students under the age of 30 years old; all full time and part time undergraduate and graduate students in OT, Nursing and CSD majors; and all students studying on a student visa under the age of 30 years old. There will be exceptions for medical or religious waivers and for students studying remotely for Fall and Spring semester. Please see MA DPH documentation for additional information.
The Flu vaccine is available by contacting your Primary Care provider or visiting an urgent care center/pharmacy that administers immunization. Please see https://vaccinefinder.org/find-vaccine, to find a location near you. The Worcester State Health Services Office does have tentative dates on campus for Flu vaccine clinics during the Fall semester. Our office will send an email notification with the dates once they are finalized.
All students should have a copy of their health insurance card with them on campus. It is suggested to have the following items if living in the Residence Halls: