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COVID-19 reminders for students (opens in a new tab)
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If You Test Postive for COVID Chart

Bivalent COVID-19 boosters are available for individuals 17 years and older (unless moderately or severely immunocompromised). The bivalent versions of the COVID-19 vaccine will offer protection against both the original strain of SARS-CoV-2 as well as the Omicron BA.4/BA.5 strain, which is now the predominant variant.

The bivalent booster must be administered at least two months after any other COVID-19 vaccine (primary series or other booster).

Please call (828)262-3100 to schedule an appointment.

After-Hours Line

For assistance with health-related questions and concerns after normal clinic hours, please call 828-262-3100 and press "1" to be connected with an after-hours nurse.

Jan 13
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Change

Please note that, effective July 16, 2022, the national 3-digit dialing code for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will change to '988'. This will replace the current number of 1-800-273-8255 and make it similar to 911 calls for emergencies instead.

Jun 24, 22
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Student Health teams up with Appalachian Food Resource Hub

Student Health will be teaming up with the Appalachian Food Resource Hub. What is the Food Resource Hub you may ask? The Resource Food Hub is a place where students can go if they are in need of food, warm clothing, toiletry items, and even school supplies. They are located in East Hall and students would need to make an appointment before going. But EVEN better yet, we will be keeping a few food bags here at Student Health for the immediate student need. The food bags will be kept in Radiology when you need them.  

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Jun 23, 22
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Exercise is Medicine

Exercise is Medicine ® On Campus encourages faculty, staff and students to work together toward improving the health and well-being of the campus community by making movement a part of the daily campus culture. 

Student Health Services, Wellness and Prevention, and Counseling and Psychological Services at App State offer students prescriptions for exercise. These prescriptions enable students to receive a physical assessment and  free personal training sessions through UREC. 

Students can obtain these prescriptions by visiting a medical provider at Student health, a counselor at the Counseling Center or through the Nutritionist at the Wellness Center.

Jun 21, 22
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