LATE OPENING on Friday Sept 2nd at 11 am

The Health Center and Pharmacy will open at 11 am on Friday Sept 2nd.  The phones will be open to make appointments at 512-245-2161 and the Ask A Nurse service will be available as well.  If you have an urgent medical problem, please seek medical assistance at a local hospital emergency department or urgent care center.  Click here for information about local area options.

TB Skin Testing Outreach for Fall Semester

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Please click here for outreach dates and times.  This is the fastest and most convenient way to meet your requirement for school or work.  Please call 512-245-2161 if you have any questions.


Allergy Injection Information for New Students

allergy nurseIf you are currently receiving allergy injections, please click here for all the information you need to transfer your care to the Student Health Center. 


Prescription Transfers for New Fall Students Accepted Beginning August 1st

The Texas State Student Health Center Pharmacy now accepts most insurance plans. Please bring your Pharmacy Insurance Card. Call 512-245-3590 for more information or visit our Pharmacy page.

Attention International Students:

Please review information about the health insurance requirement for Fall 2016. New for this year, the Student Health Center will stop adding the health insurance charge to student accounts effective Fall 2016. Non-compliance will result in a student account hold.   

Zika Virus:  Health Advisory and Travel Alert

Please click here for updated information about the Zika virus. Prevention and travel alert information is also included.

Long-acting Contraceptives

long lasting birth control Long-acting contraceptives, including Nexplanon and IUDs, are now available at the Student Health Center. Call 512-245-2161 to schedule an appointment and see if our continuous birth control options might be right for you.

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The Texas State Student Health Center-San Marcos has been accredited by the AAAHC since 2003.