Welcome to VSU Health Services

The Student Health Center is a department within the Division of Auxiliary Services.  Services are available to all currently enrolled full-time students who are taking four, or more, semester hours and who have paid the health fee.

Our governing body, the Board of Regents requires proof of immunization against measles, mumps, and rubella before students are allowed to register for and attend classes. Therefore, it is necessary for all students to complete a medical history and a Certificate of Immunizations . The questionnaire and proof of immunization form are supplied by the admissions Office with other materials to be filled out and returned to that Office.  



Appointments are needed to see a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner

Their schedules tend to fill up fast (especially on Fridays!)

Call or schedule your appointment online to reserve your time. (229) 219-3200

If you need to cancel an appointment please call at least 5 hours prior to your scheduled time.  There is a "No-Show" policyIf you call after hours to cancel your appointment for the next day, please call 229-333-5886 and leave a voicemail.

Cancellations can also be made via the online appointment system.  






1PM - 3PM

Student Health Day

The Student Health Center is hosting a student health day! There will be FREE healthy snacks, brochures on healthy eating and living, FREE blood pressure checks, a presentation on Autism with Dr. Jennifer Branscome, and lots of giveaways! - Autism Presentation at 1:30PM 

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8AM - 10AM

Staff Meeting 


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Last day for scheduled appointments 

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10AM  - 2PM

*doors lock at 1:30PM

Saturday Dates for Spring 2014

1/11, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/22, 3/1, 3/8, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12, 4/26, 5/3

Limited labs and no x-rays - routine care should be scheduled during the week

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Does the Student Health Center Provide Excuses for Class?

The Health Center provides each student with a statement and/or copy of their appointment history.  However, it is up to your instructor to accept the statement and/or a copy of your appointment history.  If a student has missed classes due to illness and wishes to medically withdraw then verification is needed.  The student may sign a HIPAA form for a release of a copy of their medical record.

Student Health Services are provided for currently enrolled full-time students.

VSU Student ID card required!