Our goal is to help you stay healthy and well.

Student Health Services is prepared to assist you in maintaining your health while we are faced with the evolving COVID-19 situation. We are available for telephone consultation or video conferencing. If, after this meeting, it is determined that you need to be seen in the office we will schedule an appointment for you in a timely manner. Please contact us at (203) 392-6300 or by email at healthservices@southernct.edu

Visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) to be informed about the virus and how to access the University's services during this time.

Student Health Services

   
All registered students are welcome and encouraged to access the medical care available in Student Health Services. We would like to extend a special invitation to Graduate, Commuter, and Part-Time Students.

Important Information Regarding COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements

Unvaccinated Students: If you are not vaccinated, please note the following requirements (in addition to the compliance points noted above):

Who is considered NOT vaccinated?

  • You have submitted the exemption form and received approval by the university.
  • You are in the process of becoming fully vaccinated against COVID-19 but will not be fully vaccinated by your designated move-in date. In addition, please click here to complete this form to notify the COVID coordinator that you’re in the process of becoming fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
       

Out-of-state residents (per CT state travel guidance):

  • Pre-arrival testing: submit to Health Services via your Patient Portal a negative COVID PCR test administered within seven (7) days of arrival.
  • Arrival testing: you must be tested by the university upon arrival to the residence halls. Details will follow about a test site and timeframe for completion. 
  • Quarantine: you must quarantine for seven (7) days after arrival. Please note: you are allowed to leave your residence hall to pick up food. 
       

In-state residents:

  • Pre-arrival testing: submit to Health Services via your Patient Portal a negative COVID PCR test administered within seven (7) days of arrival.
  • Arrival testing: you must be tested by the university upon arrival to the residence halls. Details will follow about a test site and timeframe for completion.
  • Quarantine: you must quarantine in your residence hall until you receive the results from your arrival day testing. The COVID coordinator will notify you via e-mail once you are released from quarantine. Please note: you are allowed to leave your residence hall to pick up food. 
        

Medicat Health Portal

Check the status of your requirements, view appointments, and review health records.

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How to Check Your Immunization Requirement Status

         
Note to Parents:
For questions regarding health forms and other information submitted to Health Services, please do not call Health Services. Have your student log into their patient portal to see the status of their documents. We encourage students to become familiar with using this portal to access our services.

Health Services Form

All students must complete the CSU Health Services Form by August 1 (Fall deadline) or January 1 (Spring deadline). Learn more.

Benefits to Utilizing Student Health Services

You don't have to leave campus for healthcare -- our services are available right here, at no out-of-pocket cost to you. Whether it's a medication refill, injury, or illness we are here to help with whatever we can. Learn more.