*Located in the basement of the Student Union, next to mail services*
Students, if you are experiencing any COVID -19 symptoms:
For more information about BHSU Covid-19 Updates and Information, please go to: CDC COVID-19 Information
It is required of all admitted students born after 1956 to document their immune status for measles and rubella. Proof of two doses of measles vaccine or of the presence of an immune antibody titer against measles is required by South Dakota law. Additionally, meningococcal meningitis is a rare but serious disease that is life-threatening. It can strike without warning and progress quickly. Therefore, we highly recommend that students receive the shot series for Meningitis and Meningitis B.
Have you provided the immunization documentation as required? If not, please fax your proof of immunity (shot records/titer information) to Admissions. If you have questions, please contact the Admissions Office at 605.642.6343.
Should you need additional immunizations, we recommend you speak to your health care provider or your local pharmacist for the necessary vaccinations. If you have questions about immunizations you can call Student Health Services at 605.642.6520 when classes are in session during the fall and spring semesters.
As you prepare for your new adventure as a BHSU student, here are some suggested supplies you may want to consider:
When you are feeling under the weather or need health care advice, Student Health Services is the place to come. A Nurse Practitioner or Physician's Assistant is available 35 hours a week to address your medical concerns. Through your fees, the university attempts to offer the best care possible. The Health Services office is open while classes are in session. Remember to bring your BUZZ card for student status verification.
To make an appointment: Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - noon and 1-5 p.m.
--services are provided on a walk-in basis, but appointments are recommended.
What services do we provide?
Student Health Services is located in the Student Union, room 006.