If calling for an appointment, please specify your preferred clinic location: the main San Marcos clinic, Thorpe Lane or Round Rock. Visit our Hours, Location and Directions webpage for more details.
There are charges associated with all visits at the Student Health Center. Visit our Charges and Insurance webpage for more information.
Language and interpretation services are available to all students, for more information visit our Accessibility webpage.
We ask all patients to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their appointment time. If you arrive late, you might not be seen and will be charged a missed appointment fee.
NOTE: We will be screening individuals with appointments during check-in at all Student Health Center locations. Screening includes:
- Temperature Check
- Symptoms: Cough, Shortness of Breath, Sore Throat, Chills, Body Aches, Vomiting, Diarrhea, New Loss of Smell or Taste.
All patients and staff will be wearing masks and face coverings in the buildings. Patients are asked to bring a face covering to their visit. We require patients to wear a face covering that meets standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For more information on changes made at the Student Health Center due to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 webpage.
If you need to cancel or change your appointment, you must call 512.245.2161 or visit our clinic. A $25 missed appointment/late cancellation charge will be incurred by students who do not cancel their appointment at least two hours (24 hours for psychiatry) prior to their appointment time.
Students can request a walkout statement at checkout whenever a visit is made to see a healthcare provider. Students can use the walkout statement to provide documentation of a visit to the Student Health Center for a professor or employer. The walkout statement will include the date of service and is the document provided to students for use as a class or work excuse.
Currently Texas State enrolled students attending classes at the San Marcos or Round Rock campus can access to Student Health Center services. Students who take correspondence or distance learning courses are also eligible for care at the Student Health Center.
|Last Semester Enrolled||Eligible for services, Currently Enrolled||Eligible for services, “Grace” Semester|
|Fall||Aug. 15 – Dec. 31||Jan. 1 – May 31|
|Spring||Jan. 1 – May 31||June 1 – Aug. 14|
|Summer||June 1 – Aug. 14||Aug. 15 – Dec. 31|
Texas State students not currently enrolled may use the Student Health Center for one long semester after their last semester enrolled at Texas State.
- At the end of this grace semester, the physician-patient relationship is terminated as well as access to all other services. It is the responsibility of the patient to arrange for transfer of care to another physician by the end of this extra semester.
Texas State Faculty and Staff
Texas State faculty and staff are eligible for limited services including flu shots, TB skin tests, travel health, tobacco cessation. Faculty and staff may also use the Student Health Center for immunizations. For questions or more information visit our Faculty & Staff webpage or call 512.245.2161.
Changes due to COVID-19: current faculty and staff are able to have
Texas State-Sponsored Camps, Programs & Workshop Participants
- Individuals on campus for Texas State-Sponsored Camps, Programs and Workshops are eligible for services at the Student Health Center and Pharmacy during the duration of the program.
- Please call the Student Health Center at 512.245.2161 for questions about eligibility and cost of care.
Spouses, children and friends of Texas State students are not eligible for services at the Student Health Center.