All Services

Basic medical services are provided at Student Health Service under the health and wellness fee that is paid with each semester's tuition and fees. Specialty or augmented services that may have an additional charge are marked with an asterisk (*).


Primary Health

  • Basic medical care and treatment
  • Acute illnesses
  • Minor injuries
  • First aid
  • Health screenings and basic wellness exams

Sexual and Reproductive Health

  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screenings*
  • Family PACT reproductive health services
  • Contraceptive management (including some implants and IUDs)
  • Annual exams
  • Pap testing*

Laboratory Testing

  • Complete blood count (CBC)
  • Immunity titers*
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Urinalysis
  • Throat cultures / strep tests
  • Mono tests
  • Flu tests
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Lab tests sent to outside lab*


  • Prescription medications*
  • Over-the-counter medications*
  • Contraceptive items*

Learn more about our Pharmacy here.

Physical Exams

  • Athletics / club sports*
  • DMV / pre-employment*
  • School of Nursing*
  • Scuba*
  • Travel*
  • Study abroad*


  • Basic X-rays
  • Referral to outside radiology clinic for MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, or other imaging*

Specialty Care

  • Osteopathic manipulation*
  • Orthopedic consult*

Injections & Immunizations

  • Vaccines*
  • Tuberculosis skin testing
  • Allergen immunotherapy*
  • Depo-Provera*


Clinical services are provided in our offices at the Calpulli Center [map] by physicians, nurse practitioners and other health-care professionals. These services include:

  • Basic Care: Most services are provided under the health fee paid at the time of registration for regular SDSU matriculated students.
  • Specialty Care: SHS offers specialty care services such as an orthopedic clinic for additional fees.

Students enrolled in the Family PACT program must be eligible at the time of service to receive program benefits. To enroll or re-enroll in the program, you must apply a day in advance. Schedule an appointment to complete this process through our secure webportal, HealtheConnect.

Information on costs for services is available here. Students should consult with their medical provider regarding which charges are anticipated as part of their visit.  Students are able to pay cash, credit, or debit at the time of service.