Welcome, new domestic students!

We look forward to assisting you with healthcare needs you may have during your time at Oregon State.

Below, you'll find a list of key resources at SHS to help you better navigate our clinic.

Your first steps...

Health history and other forms

All students must complete and submit a mandatory health history and immunization form. This form is not only a requirement but it's a helpful tool in meeting your health and wellness needs.

Immunization requirements and information

We require students to have specific vaccinations against illnesses to decrease the potential spread of disease around campus. You can learn more about the requirements for domestic students or how to request an exemption/waiver.

Helpful tools available...

OSU-sponsored insurance plans

Healthcare is expensive, and while SHS is proud to offer a wide variety of services at no extra charge to students who pay their health fee, some services like labs, x-rays and even needing to see an off-campus specialist can cost extra. Avoid financial hardship and learn about the OSU-sponsored health insurance plans available to all students.

Patient portal

We have a patient portal available for you to check your immunization status, lab results, appointment summaries and better communicate with our care providers over the web.

Learning your way around...

Clinic locations

We have 3 student health clinics on the Oregon State Corvallis campus: 

  • Plageman Building (Main clinic)
  • Tebeau Hall (Same-day clinic)
  • SHS @ Dixon (Clinic in Dixon Rec. Center)

Each location provides different services and is open during different hours.

The OSU pharmacy

The OSU pharmacy is located on the first floor of the Plageman Building in room 109. The pharmacy staff there are proud to provide you with student discounts on prescriptions, a wide range of over-the-counter medication and easy prescription refill/transfer services.

Some final points...

Infectious diseases

We are passionate about reducing the spread of serious infectious diseases on campus. Visit our webpage where we have provided detailed information about prevention and treatment of these diseases, including HPV, mono, tuberculosis and more.

Records and referrals

Only you can access your medical records or decide when/to whom they are released. In our "records and referrals" section, we show you how to fill out a Release of Information form and explain the do's and don'ts of medical records.

Making an appointment

If you have any chronic medical conditions or have ongoing prescription needs, we encourage you to make an appointment with a primary care provider early in your academic career.