If you are experiencing any respiratory symptoms, please CALL Student Health Services to be screened prior to scheduling and/or entering the CUB.
All Penn State faculty, staff and students are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and information on how to obtain a vaccine is available on the Pennsylvania Department of Health website.
- Students can upload their vaccine information into the MyUHS portal and are encouraged to do so as soon as their vaccine series is complete.
- Employees (and World Campus students) can provide their vaccination status using SalesForce Health Cloud, a secure online platform for collecting health data. Uploading an image of their vaccination card is optional.
Required Student Testing
Students who have not informed the University that they have been fully vaccinated are subject to required weekly testing during the fall semester. These students may obtain a test in person at the Capital Union Building (CUB) Front Desk (outside of the gym) or via mail from Vault Health. Students can upload their vaccination records through myUHS.
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).