Student Health Services and University Counseling Center
Medical professionals are available to provide high-quality student health services on campus. They generally offer routine primary care type services that provide care and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries. When the needed care is more extensive, it is important to have medical insurance coverage that provides access to specialists and other inpatient and outpatient services. Please refer to the Student Health Services website for further details.
Curious about flu shots? Please refer to the Student Health Services website for their flu shot clinic calendar.
As a student, you have access to the following valuable services from the University of Pittsburgh Student Health Service. These services are supported by your student health fee as indicated on your eBill (i.e., University of Pittsburgh billing statement/ invoice for tuition and other costs):
- Routine physical examinations
- Primary care physician services
- Routine gynecological services and counseling
- Commonly required blood tests and lab work
- Health education resource materials
Additionally, the University Counseling Center provides personal and academic counseling to students at no charge. The Center is staffed by psychologists, counselors, social workers, and a psychiatrist. All counseling is confidential.
Regional Student Health Services
Regional campuses also offer student health services through offices staffed by health care professionals. Students may use these offices for initial assessment and treatment of routine illnesses and injuries.
Information on services and hours of operation may be found in the Student Affairs section of each respective campus’s website.