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Student Health Services Renamed Campus Health

The Student Health Center will also become the Campus Health Center effective Aug. 1, 2022.

A stethoscope and thermometer on a white table

Over the past five years, there has been tremendous growth in Student Health Services, the quality of those services and the scope of care they deliver. The pandemic also showed that Student Health Services could pivot its scope of care beyond what staff and the university could have imagined, all while still providing quality, comprehensive health services for students. 

For these reasons, Student Health Services will become Campus Health on Aug. 1, 2022. Additionally, the Student Health Center will be renamed the Campus Health Center and will continue to house Campus Health, the Counseling Center, Prevention Services and the NC State Pharmacy.

“Between the response to COVID and other ongoing campus-wide health initiatives, it is clear that the care provided by Student Health goes beyond its four walls and the care of students,” said Doneka Scott, vice chancellor and dean for the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. “We recognize that the health and wellness of the entire campus are critical for students to thrive and be successful. We look forward to the continuing evolution of our health and wellness offerings at NC State.” 

For more information about Campus Health and all of the services it provides students, faculty and staff, visit