Welcome to the Student Health Center - Round Rock
Below are quick links to relevant information and resources for COVID-19.
COVID-19 Testing On and Near the Round Rock Campus
Students, faculty, and staff exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 can now schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 test at the Student Health Center – Round Rock. Testing is available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by appointment. Call 512.245.2161 Monday - Friday to schedule an appointment. Testing being done within the clinic will be sent to Clinical Pathology Laboratories (CPL) for laboratory analysis. Results will be sent to a patient through their portal 24 - 48 hours after testing.
Georgetown Public Library - Trailer - Appointment Required, 707 South Martin Luther King Jr St, Georgetown, TX 78626: To register for a test, visit the Curative Appointment webpage.
Round Rock - Kiosk, 2008 Enterprise Dr., Round Rock, TX 78664: To register for a test, visit the Curative Appointment webpage.
The Student Health Center – Round Rock now offers COVID-19 Vaccinations by appointment.
COVID-19 Vaccinations available:
- Comirnaty (Pfizer-BioNTech) Dose 1, Dose 2, and Dose 3* (immunocompromised persons)
- Moderna Dose 1, Dose 2, and Dose 3* (immunocompromised persons)
- Johnson & Johnson Dose 1
*For immunocompromised persons requesting Comirnaty (Pfizer- BioNTech) or Moderna Dose 3, at least one month must have elapsed since received your second dose.
For more information on COVID-19 vaccinations available, visit the Texas State University COVID-19 Vaccination webpage.
Services are by appointment only, please call 512.245.2161 to make an appointment. Please specify the Round Rock location when calling to make an appointment.
All Texas State students are eligible to use this location, including students who take classes at the San Marcos campus. Visit our Appointments page for further details about the Student Health Center eligibility policy.
Texas State students who have started an allergy desensitization program (allergy shots) with an allergist can have their injections administered in our Nurse Clinic. To learn more about getting your allergy shots at the Texas State Student Health Center, click the link below.
- Hepatitis A - series of two injections
- Hepatitis B - series of three injections
- Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B Combination - series of three injections
- HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccine - series of three injections
- Influenza (Flu) Vaccine (Inactivated or Recombinant): yearly injection
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) - series of two injections
- Meningococcal ACWY (Meningitis)
- Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap)
- Varicella (Chicken Pox) - series of two injections
Tuberculosis (TB) Testing for professional schools, volunteer work, travel, etc. is available
- PPD skin tests and QuantiFERON Gold blood tests are available. This service may be covered under your insurance.
Contraception consultations are available by appointment at the Student Health Center - Round Rock. Long-acting reversible contraceptive implant, Nexplanon, insertions and removals are available at this location.
- Oral contraceptives (the pill)
- hormonal rings (NuvaRing)
- Contraceptive injections (Depo-Provera)
- Contraceptive patch
- Contraceptive implants (Nexplanon)
Insurance/Costs for Services
The Student Health Center has charges for services including, office visits, labs, procedures, immunizations and other services. Payment is required at the time of services.
Payment options include:
- Credit cards, including online payments and Flex (HSA) cards.
- Transfer balance to your student account (enrolled Texas State students only)
- Use Health Insurance coverage.
Please visit our Charges & Insurance webpage for details on payment options and using your insurance at the Student Health Center.
Health Promotion Services
The prevention and educational services offered address a variety of health issues, including violence, nutrition, stress and time management, sexual health, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. Our Health Promotion Services department consists of professionally trained health educators, peer health educators and support staff. Presentations are available for classes wanting to learn more about specific health topics. To view a list of current presentation topics and to request a presentation visit the Request a Presentation webpage. If you do not see the topic you are looking for, send an e-mail with a description of the type of information you would like presented. If given ample time, we would be happy to put something together for you.
Please give at least three weeks' notice for all requests. You will be contacted within a week with a response. In addition, please note that we do not facilitate presentations during the last week of classes before finals.