The Student Health Center on the Texas State University Round Rock Campus is staffed by Anita Herrera, FNP and Sara Douglas, RN. This team works to bring quality care to all of our Bobcats.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m.–12 p.m.(noon) & 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday: Closed
Call 512.245.2161, option 2 or walk-in before 4 p.m. to make appointment. Please specify the Round Rock location when calling to make an appointment.
All Texas State students are eligible to use this new 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.
Services at this location will include immunizations, primary care for routine medical problems, travel health, women’s health, and mental health. The Student Health Center will be staffed primarily by nurse practitioners with a physician available every other week.
- Hepatitis A & B
- Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
- Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap)
- Gardasil (Human Papilloma Virus)
- Influenza (Flu)
- Tetanus/Diphtheria (Td)
Travel Health vaccines available (by special order only):
- Japanese Encephelitis
- Typhoid Fever
- Yellow Fever
Contraceptives, including Nexplanon (insertion and removal) and Depo Provera are available.
TB skin test or blood test (QuantiFERON) available
Note: Allergy shots not available at the Round Rock location.
Insurance/Costs for Services
There are charges for office visits, lab tests, immunizations and other services. The Student Health Center offers affordable prices for college students and accepts private insurance. Visit our Insurance page for more information about using your insurance at the Student Health Center.
Billing for services will be handled by the Cashier Department at the San Marcos location. Patients will receive an e-mail with their statement of charges and a link to pay online with a credit card. If you have any questions, please call 512-245-2161, option 4.
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.