Frequently Asked Questions
To make an appointment to see a nurse or doctor, obtain a prescription refill or get immunizations, call 706-507-8620.
A phone triage nurse is available during business hours and your call will be returned as quickly as possible.
Main campus Clinic: Student Health Clinic is located in Tucker Hall on the west side of main campus.
Student Health Center
Columbus State University
4225 University Avenue
Columbus, GA 31907-5645
Patients can feel comfortable knowing Student Health Services adheres to a strict confidentiality policy. Patient information is held in confidence and will not be released without the patient's signed consent. A student's Health Services records are not part of the university's records.
All incoming students must comply with the University System of Georgia's and the Board of Regents' immunization requirements, which must be met before registration.
All students must provide documentation of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), varicella and tetanus dipththeria. The Hepititas B Vaccine is also required for students who are 18 years of age or younger at the time of expected enrollment.
Download a Certificate of Immunization (PDF)
Yes. Even though Student Health Services will meet many student health care needs, it does not cover the cost of emergency or specialized care, hospitalization, out-patient diagnostic tests and surgery. Services will be provided to students regardless of their health insurance status.
Columbus State University offers a voluntary accident and illness policy to help cover these unexpected and potentially expensive costs. UnitedHealthcare is the administrator and underwriter for the Student Health Accident and Insurance Plan.
For more information and online enrollment, visit https://www.uhcsr.com/columbusstate.
Documentation of a visit to Student Health Services (nurse or physician) is available the day of the visit. However, the documentation statement provided does not excuse the student from class.
Remember, class requirements and attendance are administrative concerns between a faculty member and student.