To observe the Thanksgiving holiday, Student Health Services will be closed Wednesday, November 25 at 12pm, and will reopen on Monday, November 30 at 8am.
In case of an emergency, call 911.
BTHO the flu this year and get a flu shot! Flu shots are available at Student Health Services for currently enrolled students. Make an appointment online at shs.tamu.edu or by calling 979-458-8250. The cost is $20. For more information, contact Preventive Medicine at 979-458-8345.
Did you know that during the 2014-2015 academic year, SHS had a total of 82,340 clinic visits? See our 2014-2015 Impact Statement for more facts about Student Health Services!
How is SHS similar to the NFL? We both use the Bod Pod to measure body composition! Don't believe us? Check out this article: http://prn.to/1EXsIUT. Know your numbers and get a body composition test with our NEW BOD POD! Appointments can be made by emailing email@example.com or calling 979-458-8327. For more information, visit shs.tamu.edu/bodpod.
Worried about getting sick during this academic year? College Success Starts with Healthy Students - Find the CDC's six tips for college health and safety at cdc.gov/features/collegehealth.
TEXAS A&M STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
To be a national leader in healthcare services that promotes student development and academic success.
Student Health Services provides exceptional healthcare and is committed to helping students stay well and do well at Texas A&M University.
Student Health Services continually aligns with the University and Division of Student Affairs mission and priorities and is committed to the following guiding principles:
Continuous quality improvement
Student Health Services needs patient feedback in order to maintain and improve services. It is our goal to continually monitor and evaluate services to ensure that students' needs are being addressed. Please feel free to fill out our online comment form. We look forward to hearing from you!
Texas A&M University Student Health Services is required to maintain the privacy of certain confidential health information known as Protected Health Information (PHI) and provide you with a Notice of our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to your PHI. We are required to abide by the terms of the version of this notice most currently in effect.
Visit our Student Health Services policy page for more information.
Student Health Services is accredited through the following organizations: