Student Health Center
Important Information About Mumps
Update June 11, 2018: There are four confirmed cases of mumps. No new cases of mumps have been reported during the past month.
Information regarding cases of mumps was sent to students, faculty and staff via email on Tues May 8th. Students who have symptoms and need to be examined for mumps can call the Student Health Center at 512.245.2161. You must call first.
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SHC now carries 4 different Intrauterine Devices, or IUDs.
Traveling soon for Spring Break? Making plans for a summer vacation? Studying abroad next semester? Let us help you get prepared!
The Student Health Center San Marcos and Round Rock offer International Travel Health Consultations. Get all of the information and immunizations you need to have a safe trip. For more more information and details, visit our Travel Health page.
Travel Health consultations and appointments are available to all Texas State students, staff and faculty.
What's going on at the SHC?
It's Worth Knowing - STI Screening Service
Screening for sexually transmitted infections at the Student Health Center is not a new
service, but has been revamped to better accommodate the need of students and
to make the overall process easier. Students can now be seen in our nurse
clinic for STI screenings, which cuts the cost of an office visit and makes the
overall service more efficient. If you have insurance with preventive coverage, you may not pay anything at all for this service. If you are uninsured or out of network screenings will cost about $82. This price includes screening for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis and a HIV test. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 512-245-2161.
The Texas State Student Health Center-San Marcos has been accredited by the AAAHC since 2003.
The Texas State University Student Health Center is an Institutional Member of the American College Health Association.