Student Health Services
We care. We heal. We educate.
Student Health Services Pharmacy has closed as of July 24, 2020. All remaining refill information has been transferred to Altru Family Medicine Residency Pharmacy and will be available beginning July 27, 2020.
Student Health Services (SHS) is your clinic away from home. Our professional staff specializes in medical and psychiatric care for college students in a comfortable, non-judgmental environment. The clinic is conveniently located on campus and easy to use with a wide array of services including lab and x-ray.
North Dakota Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline
7 a.m. - 7 p.m., Monday - Friday
Altru Health Systems Coronavirus Hotline
Open 24 hours per day.
Make an Appointment
We are offering options for you to see our providers in our campus clinic or by telemedicine.
Call us at 701.777.4500 to determine the best option for you. Depending on your health needs, our nursing and front desk team can get you scheduled for an Office visit or Telemedicine appointment.
Parking at SHS
The closest parking option is the Passport (Pay as you Go) Parking in the Parking
Ramp along Columbia Road or parking in the ramp with your UND Parking Permit. See
the link below for instructions.
Medical & Mental Health Services
General Medical Care
- Illness, minor injury
- Preventative care
- Wart treatment
- Skin Care Services
- Smoking cessation
- Radiology (X-ray)
- Minor Surgical Procedures
- Pre-Travel Consultations
- Immunizations and TB Testing
- Allergy Shots
- Contraceptive Counseling
- IUD & Nexplanon®
- STD Screening
- HIV Testing
- Pregnancy Testing
- Pap Tests
- Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
- FAA Exams
- Pre-op Physicals
- Sports Physicals
- Annual Preventative Physical
Psychiatry and Mental Health Services
- Mental Health Care
- ADHD Management
Emergency Options and After Hours Care Options
For life threatening emergencies call 911. For emergencies after hours, go to Altru Emergency Room.
UND give presentations to UND-affiliated student groups that cover an array of health topics including substance abuse prevention, sexual health and general health.
FAQ's About Student Health Services
Yes! All information in your record is confidential. Access to information contained in your file is limited to you (the patient) and Student Health Services personnel, unless you give written permission to release it, except by court order or when there is imminent risk of harm to self or others. All employees sign a confidentiality pledge.
Yes, Student Health Services is an accredited full-service medical clinic with a pharmacy, lab, and radiology department. You can obtain treatment for most medical and psychiatric conditions right here on campus. Students who need specialized care will be referred to community providers. Student Health Services has licensed physicians, family nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
Yes. Many students come to Student Health Services for shots including MMRs (measles, mumps, and rubella), tetanus, Hepatitis B, HPV, meningitis, travel shots, and others.
Yes, many of our patients have a provider they prefer for a variety of reasons. Some women may prefer to see a female provider, and some men may prefer to see a male. Some students may wish to be seen by a physician and others prefer our family nurse practitioners or physician assistants. The choice is yours!
Yes, we are able to provide English language translation services and we work with our patients to accommodate other needs they may have such as limited mobility, hearing and/or visual impairment.
Please make needs known when making your appointment.
It all depends on what happens during your appointment. All charges will be submitted to insurance (if you have it). Any out of pocket costs will be transferred to your Campus Connection account.
Every year there is a period called Open Enrollment when people can enroll in a health insurance plan. The SHS Insurance Coordinator can talk with you to determine your options at 701.777.3457.
If you are turning 26 soon, you should start thinking about what you will do for health insurance. Options can include, getting health insurance with your employer, finding a new plan on the Marketplace, or get Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage if you have limited income. The SHS Insurance Coordinator can talk with you to determine your options at 701.777-.3457.