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Student Health Services (SHS) is committed to providing quality health care and health education services for students enrolled at Fayetteville State University.
Student's should contact:
Campus Police at 910-672-1911
Student Health Services strives to promote and maintain conditions that are conducive for healthy living, guide and encourage students to accept health as a positive value of life, and stimulate an interest in students to make healthy choices. SHS works to assist students in developing a solid foundation for healthy lifestyles practices to improve current and future health outcomes.
Available services include:
PLEASE NOTE: Any student requesting services must submit a completed Immunization Record & Medical History Form prior to receiving services regardless of credit hours or status.
Fayetteville State University requires each student to have accident and sickness insurance protection either by their personal policy or under the Student Insurance Plan (Student Blue).
More information regarding the Student Insurance Plan (Student Blue) is available at Student Health Services or can be found online at bcbsnc.com/student.
The premium for the Student Insurance Plan (Student Blue) is included in each student's semester bill. Students who do NOT wish to be enrolled in the Student Insurance Plan MUST complete the insurance waiver form online.
Immunizations and Required Documentation
All fulltime students are required to have an Immunization Record & Medical History Form on file and the following documented immunizations:
The University is required by law to withdraw any student who does not provide the appropriate immunization records. This administrative withdrawal can result in loss of grades and/or credit for your courses.
FSU Student Health Services' Response to Ebola Outbreak
FSU Student Health Services is closely monitoring the outbreak of the Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever in West Africa and the public health response through a collaborative effort with the Cumberland County Department of Health and the University of North Carolina community. For more information and the most accurate and current resources on the outbreak from global leading authorities, please visit the following: http://www.northcarolina.edu/campus_safety
There is currently a Level 3 travel warning issued by the CDC to restrict nonessential travel to the neighboring countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. For more information regarding the recommended travel restrictions, visit http://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2014/p0731-ebola.html.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a rare disease that is transmittable through direct contact with a sick person's blood or body fluids and/or contact with contaminated objects or infected animals. It is not spread through the air.
People (including students, faculty and staff) returning to the United States from an affected area should monitor their health, and if they feel sick, they should contact their health provider immediately and tell him or her about their recent travel and potential contacts.
Please contact Karen Ray at ext. 1259 or Thea Credle at ext. 1456 for further details.
Phone: (910) 672-1259
Fax: (910) 672-1366
Mrs. Karen Ray, Director
Monday - Thursday
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Closed for lunch 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Summer Hours May Vary
For Assistance After Hours Contact
Health Line Blue Line (1-877-477-2424)
5:00 pm to 8:00 am