Tag: Student Health Services

March 21, 2019

Spring Break in Ecuador

The Ecuadorians were generous, friendly, spirited and shared their country openly with us. A transformative experience.

December 4, 2018

Finals Survival Week 12/10-12/14

Finals can be stressful. Let us help! December 10th – December 14th is Finals Survival Week! Student Health, Wellness and Recreation, NC State Dining, Counseling Center, Student Involvement, Student Government and Prevention Services collaborate to offer resources, events, and giveaways to

November 8, 2018

Health Professions Fair

The 2019 Health Professions Fair hosted by NC State University will be held on Wednesday, March 27 from 11 a.m – 2 p.m. in the Talley Student Center Ballroom. An Admissions panel will be held from 2-3pm in an adjoining room.

October 25, 2018

One Idea – 10,000 Rides Later

In the five years since the idea was first conceived, Wolfpack Pick Up has become a staple of campus culture at NC State University. One can hardly walk across campus without being passed by a

September 28, 2018

NC State Student Health Will Provide Care for UNCW Students

Dr. Julie Casani, Student Health Services Director, announced Wednesday afternoon that NC State Student Health Services will be available to UNC Wilmington students, who are currently in Raleigh, until their return to campus next week.

September 17, 2018

NC State VS. Chapel Hill Flu Shot Challenge

Give It Your Best Shot Flu Shot Challenge NC State Student Health Services and UNC Chapel Hill Campus Health have entered a National Flu Shot Competition, Alana’s Foundation Annual Flu Shot Challenge. However, since there

September 13, 2018

Hurricane Florence Resources

Student Health Hours Student Health Services is now closed and will continue to be closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday. When Student Health is closed, a nurse advice line is available by calling 919.515.2563. Medications and

August 28, 2018

What Is Patient-Centered Team-Based Primary Care?

Student Health Now Has Patient-Centered Team-Based Primary Care. This means each student has a trusted care team within Student Health to provide continuous and comprehensive care. When students enter NC State, they are automatically assigned