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Student Health Services will be closed Saturday-Monday, January 17-19, for the holiday break.  We will reopen Tuesday, January 20th at 8am.

For medical advice and care when SHS is closed, visit our "After Hours Care" tab under the "For Students" section above.

Welcome to Student Health Services
East Carolina University Student Health Services (SHS) is a primary health care facility located conveniently on central campus, comprised of dedicated professionals providing easily accessible and affordable health care to enrolled students. Our facility specializes in the overall health and well being of each patient in our campus community by offering a comprehensive list of services. We are a fully accredited medical facility by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).

handwashingFLU, FLU, FLU

Flu levels are high in NC and we have seen a big increase in cases on campus. 

Think you have the flu?  Read our blog for information on symptoms, what to do if you or your roommate is sick, and lots more.

Still need a flu shot?  It is not too late.  We have a small supply of flu vaccine--call us today at 252-328-6841 to set up a time to receive your flu shot.

information about the Student Health Insurance PlanInsurance waiver/enrollment deadline is JANUARY 30

Please visit our Student Health Insurance page for more information and directions on how to submit a waiver or enroll.

InformationEbola Update
ECU is monitoring the latest information from infectious disease experts and public health officials regarding the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
A special ECU alert page is available with information and resource links.

For the latest news and updates, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

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