The university remains open and is actively engaged in maintaining the safest possible learning and work environment.
Click here for the latest university COVID-19 updates.

For details about Student Affairs operations, see the Student Affairs Covid-19 Response. Updated June 10, 2020 at 8:20 a.m.

Coronavirus Information

Appalachian State University’s emergency response team routinely monitors situations that could affect campus. Student Health Service physicians and staff are in regular contact with the UNC System, and local and state public health officials, following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and screening ill students for risk factors. We remain vigilant and will continue to work closely with public health officials should we encounter any suspect illnesses.

If a student has traveled internationally or been around someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 AND has a cough, shortness of breath, or fever, they should call 828-262-3100 and ask to speak with a nurse – before coming to the clinic in person – so we can maximize treatment effectiveness while reducing the potential risk of exposing others.

Click here to view the university’s COVID-19 website.

Mar 19
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NC Public Health CoVid-19 hotline - 866.462.3821

If you have respiratory symptoms, please call before  coming to Student Health such that we can expedite your care.  828.262.3100

Mar 17
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Student Health Service Schedule Announcement

Student Health Service will be open as scheduled Monday, March 16th.

If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please contact us at (828) 262-6577. Also, you may cancel your appointments online by using Medportal at http://medportal.appstate.edu.

If it would be more convenient for you to transfer your prescription to your local pharmacy, please have your local pharmacy call our pharmacy at (828) 262-3101 or have them fax the request to (828) 262-7592. 

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Mar 12
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Important information about mumps cases off-campus

AppHealthCare (Appalachian District Health Department) and Appalachian State University have confirmed three cases of mumps in Appalachian State University students who live off campus in Watauga County. Appalachian State University, AppHealthCare and the North Carolina Division of Public Health are working together to investigate these cases and prevent the spread of mumps. To reduce the spread of the virus, it is important you are aware of information regarding mumps exposure and symptoms promptly report suspected mumps cases.

Please go here to read more.

Mar 6
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Student Health Service Spring Break Schedule

Mar. 6th - Health Service will close at 4:00 PM for Spring Break.

Mar. 7th, 8th - Health Service will be closed. No Weekend Services.

Mar. 9th - 13th - Health Service will be open 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM with limited services available (No Pharmacy or Xray)

Mar. 14th, 15th - Health Service will be closed. No Weekend Services.

Mar. 16th - Health Service resumes regular schedule with all services available.

Mar 5
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Student Health Service Closure: January 20th, 2020

Health Service will be closed January 20th for the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday.

Student Health Service will be open Saturday, January 18th and Sunday, January 19th from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

Jan 15
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