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WVU Student Health Overview

Prevent seasonal illnesses.

The fall semester can be busy with gatherings, activities and extracurriculars. With increased cases of flu, COVID-19, RSV and strep throat, make sure to protect yourself to stay healthy this fall and winter.

Get vaccinated.

Vaccines for flu and COVID-19 are available at Student Health Services. Students can walk-in to receive vaccines or visit an upcoming Flu Vaccine Clinic on campus.

Stop the spread of illnesses.

Washing your hands can protect against germs. The CDC recommends using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. When coughing or sneezing, use a tissue to cover your mouth and nose. When you’re not feeling well, stay home to stop the spread of any illness.

Healthy habits to boost your immune system.

Healthy diet and regular sleep and exercise can help maintain a strong immune system to help prevent any infection.

Quick Information

  • If you need after-hours care, please visit the Suncrest Town Center Urgent Care location.
  • Student Health walk-ins are encouraged, but appointments are requested for some services.
  • Student Health accepts most commercial insurances with a co-pay due at the time of service. A self-pay option is available with a deposit at the time of service, and we accept Mounty Bounty.
  • New students: Register for WVU Student Health Services.

Hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday: Closed
  • Student Health Services is closed on WVU-sanctioned holidays.

Address

WVU Student Health Building
390 Birch Street
Morgantown, WV 26505

Clinic Number

304-285-7200