Random Surveillance Testing
Random surveillance testing began on March 1, 2021 for up to 2 percent of Penn State Harrisburg students, faculty, staff, and administration. If selected for random testing, you will receive an email notification. Please note that appointment times are shown for 48 hours from your selection date, with the exception of Fridays. Random surveillance testing does not occur on the weekends. If you are selected on a Friday, please try to schedule a time that day to come in. Appointments CAN be changed. Please also note that you must send your test kit back within 48 hours of receiving it. You can complete your test at home during the hours as determined by Vault Health. This random surveillance testing is to be adhered to, in accordance with the Student COVID Compact that was signed at the beginning of the academic year, or in January, if you started this semester.
Make an Appointment
Last appointment is 30 minutes prior to close, each day.
The Self-Care Center is available to help with many common illnesses and offers select over-the-counter products. No appointment is necessary.
Our services: screenings, testings, and more
Sick visits, physical exams, minor injury treatments, select free screenings. See the list of services.
Verification of the Meningococcal Vaccination (MCV4)
Due to Pennsylvania state law, it is required that all on-campus housing residents present verification of a Meningococcal vaccination (Penn State requires the MCV4), after age 16, to UHS via Immunization Compliance. If you have previously turned in your records, please verify that you have the appropriate Meningitis vaccination (typically called Menactra or Menveo).
If you have your records and need the Penn State Immunization Verification required form filled out, Student Health Services is willing to do this for you, for a small fee. If you have questions, please call 717-948-6015 or email [email protected]