Student Health Services provides medical services, preventive health and health education programs to registered students. A highly trained and experienced staff of licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and other healthcare professionals are dedicated to your health and well-being. We are committed to preserving the privacy of your personal health information.
Patients must bring a Government Issued Photo ID or College Photo ID to ALL appointments at the Student Health Services and Health Resource Center. FOR CONTINUITY OF CARE, PLEASE BRING ALL MEDICATIONS YOU ARE TAKING WITH YOU TO YOUR APPOINTMENT.
Our Flu Vaccines are FREE for CSULB students. Students are welcome to walk in during normal business hours.
Appointments are required.
SHS Hours during Spring & Fall semesters (*hours may be different if noted above)
For Pharmacy and Lab hours, CLICK HERE.
Students are to come to SHS 15 minutes prior to appointment time in order to complete paperwork. If you are late more than 10 minutes after your appointment time, you will be rescheduled.
Students are considered “no show” if they are more than ten minutes late and DNKA (Did Not Keep Appointment) is noted in the chart. They are allowed only three DNKAs per academic year (beginning each Fall term). If three DNKAs are noted on the student's chart, the student is not allowed to schedule appointments in advance. They may, however, schedule same day appointments for the remainder of the term.
Check in at Student Health Center cashier window (Room 269.)
During the Fall and Spring Semesters hours are:
Appointments are necessary. Click Here
Medical Insurance is available for CSULB students through the Associated Students Business Office. Call ASBO at (562) 985-4994 for information.
Need to park? Convenient parking in Lot #1. $2 per hour in metered parking.
Or, $5 for daily permit in GENERAL Lots 1, 14, 16, & 20. We are SHS on the map.
Current Health Issues of Interest: Norovirus
The norovirus is a virus that causes the stomach flu. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, and diarrhea. For more information, see the fact sheet about norovirus from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.