Health Services

Health Services offers health care and health education to currently enrolled full-time/part-time, matriculated, undergraduate students.  The office is staffed by nurse practitioners and part-time physicians.


Services include visits for health concerns/illness, health maintenance/wellness information, women's health including routine gynecological exams/pregnancy issues/contraception, STI screening (male and female), Physical Exams in select situations, Tuberculosis skin testing in select situations, and specialty referral as needed.  Information about the student's care will only be shared with the student's written approval, except as required by law, and in cases of danger to the student or others. Students’ Health and Immunization Forms remain on file in the Health Services office.


Most services in Health Services are covered by the Health Services Fee billed with the tuition bill. Any laboratory tests sent out from Health Services are billed to the student's health insurance company.  The student is responsible for any additional charges not covered by their health insurance company.  Students should call their health insurance company prior to the appointment to determine if they require laboratory specimens to go to a specific laboratory company. The laboratory specimens are sent to Quest Diagnostics Labs.  Health Services does not bill your health insurance company for visits to our office or collect co-payments at the time of the office visit.  


The Health Services Office is located in Sheehan Hall. The office has a separate entrance from the main entrance doors of Sheehan Hall.  The office entrance is located to the right of the main entrance, down the sidewalk headed toward lower campus.

During the academic year a full-time nurse practitioner, a part-time nurse practitioner, and a part-time physician staff the office.

Office hours during the Academic Year for clinical visits are:

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

When Health Services is closed, emergencies are referred to Worcester State University Police, 508-929-8911


Appointments can be made either in person or by calling the Office, 508-929-8875.  It is best for the student to call as early in the day as possible, to schedule an appointment that is convenient for their schedule.

Contact Information

Health Services
508-929-8075 (fax)

Webpage: Health Services