"What's Going Around" is Syracuse University Health Center's way of informing students about which illnesses are being treated at the Health Center and when possible, tips on self-treatment.
This week, the providers at the SU Health Center are reporting the following illnesses:
Colds & Other Related Illnesses
Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness
|Monday||8:30AM - 7:00PM|
|Tuesday||8:30AM - 7:00PM|
|Wednesday||8:30AM - 5:00PM|
|Thursday||8:30AM - 5:00PM|
|Friday||8:30AM - 5:00PM|
|Saturday||10:00AM - 4:00PM|
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The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
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On Wednesday October 14th, Health Services will be offering FREE flu vaccines to all SU/ESF students and SU employees. The vaccines will be given from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Flanagan Gym. No appointment is necessary, but you will need to have your SU/ESF ID with you. If you have any questions, you can call Health Services at 315-443-9005.
Flu season in the United States can begin as early as late October. It typically peaks in January or February.
The single best way to prevent getting the flu is to get the vaccine every fall. Students can begin their flu protection by getting vaccinated at the free flu clinic held on Wednesday, October 14th at Flanagan Gym.
“Everyone on campus should get vaccinated for flu”, Michele Frontale, supervising pharmacist says. “It promotes a healthy campus. The more students, staff and faculty are vaccinated, the more it keeps our teachers teaching and our students going to class.”
For more information on how to stay healthy while at college, please read Self-Care 101.
We are committed to providing high quality student-centered ambulatory health care and wellness services that have been especially designed to meet the needs of SU and SUNY ESF students. We strive to provide these services in a way that engages the student as an adult consumer of healthcare. Our staff is highly qualified and experienced in providing student health care.
We work in collaboration with other health, wellness, and safety units on campus, including the Counseling Center, Options Program, Recreation Services, and Department of Public Safety.
This web site has been designed especially for you. Here you will find the information you need to use the many services and programs offered by SUHS. If at any time you are in need of additional information or have any questions or concerns, call us at 315-443-9005. We will be happy to provide assistance.
Certain college students are at increased risk for meningococcal disease, a potentially fatal bacterial infection commonly referred to as meningitis.
In fact, freshmen living in dorms are found to have a 6-fold increased risk for this serious disease. A U.S. health advisory panel recommends that college students particularly freshmen living in dorms, learn more about meningitis and vaccination.
Learn more about this infectious disease. Find out how it’s spread. Understand the symptoms-often mistaken for the flu. Learn about a vaccine that helps to prevent meningitis.
For more information about the vaccine, contact the Pharmacy at Health Services, 315-443-5691.
For more information about Meningitis, click here.
For the meningitis response form, click here.
The mission of Syracuse University Health Services is to provide compassionate, quality, student centered health care, foster a concept of life long wellness and provide leadership in the field of college health.
In cooperation with Syracuse University, we've compiled a list of helpful resources for you to use in the event of an emergency.
All full-time new students, new and returning international students, and graduate Fellows are required to have health insurance that provides adequate coverage while studying in Syracuse. You may waive enrollment in the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan offered by the University if you have other coverage by completing the online waiver form before the deadline.
Syracuse University Health Services strives to provide you with the most comprehensive and effective health care possible. To meet this goal it is important for us to obtain an accurate health history for each student. Please assist us by filling out the attached health history and immunization form as accurately and thoroughly as possible and return it with your immunization records by July 1, 2015.
If these documents are not received by Health Services prior to arrival on campus, students will risk strict administrative consequences including the inability to register for classes and/or suspension of ID card services.
If you are looking for more information or additional health forms, click here