Health Services

Health Services is committed to providing confidential, high-quality, student-centered health care to currently enrolled SUNY Morrisville students. Health Services hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. while classes are in session.

Visits are scheduled by appointment from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Students should call the Health Center at 315.684.6078 to schedule an appointment.

Types of Services

  1. Examination, treatment, and follow up care for: common illnesses such as upper respiratory infections (including COVID-19), urinary tract infections; minor injuries, burns, abrasions and cuts
  2. Sexual health services such as pap smears, birth control, and emergency contraction. Condoms are free to all students.
  3. STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing and treatment for both males and females.
  4. Management of chronic health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and high blood pressure in coordination with the primary care provider.

Cost to Students

  1. Services provided at the Student Health Center are FREE (part of the mandatory student health fee) including: visits with a provider or counselor, many medications, and point of care testing completed in office.
  2. All services provided by an off-campus provider (x-rays, blood work, cultures, STI/HIV testing, referrals, emergency room or urgent care visits, prescriptions sent to the pharmacy) will utilize the student’s personal health insurance The student is responsible for any fee such as co-pays and deductibles.


  1. All students, regardless of vaccination status, are encouraged to seek medical care (either at the Student Health Center or local Urgent Care or Emergency Room) if they are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19.
  2. At home COVID-19 test kits are available at the Student Health Center free of charge.
  3. Students who receive a positive COVID-19 test should follow this guidance.  

After-hours medical resources


SUNY Morrisville’s Health Services staff strives to provide you, the student/patient, with the best health care possible. Below are some things you can do to help us achieve that goal:

  1. Arrive on time for scheduled appointments. If you will not be able to make a scheduled appointment, please call and cancel it so that another student may be scheduled in your place.
  2. Give your health care provider all the information they will need to determine the best treatment for you: fill out any forms completely and accurately; tell your provider about past and current diagnoses and treatments, such as past illnesses, hospitalizations, and medications; and be as clear as you can about current symptoms, including pain and/or psychological stress.
  3. Provide correct and complete contact information.
  4. Be open and honest with your health care provider if you do not understand or cannot comply with instructions you are given.
  5. Contact the Student Health Center if your condition worsens or does not follow the expected course. Emergent situations should call 911.
  6. Check with your provider well before you run out of your current supply of prescription medication.
  7. Use prescription and over-the-counter medications as directed.  You should never share medication prescribed for you with others.
  8. Treat fellow patients and Health Center staff with the same courtesy and respect that you expect from them. Please respect others’ right to privacy as you would ask that your own be respected.
  9. Know the coverage provided by your medical insurance policy. If possible, carry accurate insurance information on you at all times.
  10. Make use of information available through the materials in our waiting room or lobby. You can make your experience at the Health Center more effective by understanding how appointments are scheduled and the resources available for after-hours care or emergencies. You may also find information that is helpful to understanding your health care needs.