FAMU Student Health Services (SHS)

FAMU Student Health Services (SHS) provides outpatient primary care and health promotion services to FAMU students.

About Student Health Services (SHS)

We are located on the first floor in the FAMU Center for Access and Student Success (CASS) Building, with an onsite pharmacy that provides easy access and discounted prices for prescription and over-the-counter medications. Clinic visits for immunizations, illness and injury are available on a walk-in basis. Appointments are required for other services.

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Student Health Services (SHS) provides outpatient primary care and health promotion services to FAMU students.
FAMU Student Health Services is staffed by Florida licensed physicians, advanced nurse practitioners, LPNs, certified medical assistants, and support staff who provide high quality, convenient, and affordable services.



Famu Student Health Services (SHS) Is Your One-stop Healthcare Resource On Campus

Whether it's walk-in or scheduled appointments, our dedicated team of licensed professionals is here to provide convenient and affordable care. We offer a wide range of services from clinical care to psychiatry, immunizations, LGBTQ+ support, and more.

Clinical Services and Psychiatry

Clinical Services & Psychiatry

Our primary care clinic provides medical treatment and prevention services to registered students. Eligible students have access to unlimited clinic visits and reduced costs for other services. 
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Eligibility and Payment

Eligibility and Payment

Students currently enrolled for classes are charged a student health fee along with their tuition.  This health fee entitles students to access clinic and mental health services. 
Health Insurance

Health Insurance

Students must either provide proof of insurance or purchase the university-sponsored health plan; those without proof or denied waivers will be automatically enrolled.  

Immunizations & Requirements

Florida Statutes establish immunization requirements for state colleges and universities attendees. FAMU Students must submit the Health History and Immunization form as required.  
Immunization Guideline
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Medical Records & Confidentiality

Students may request a copy of their medical records for themselves or sharing with other medical providers. Treatment Records for students aged 18+ are confidential per state and federal laws. 
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Clinical Services and Psychiatry

Off-Campus Health Resources

If you are unable to be seen during normal hours of operation, FAMU Student Health Services has provided a list of medical and mental health resources throughout the greater Tallahassee area. 
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On-Campus Pharmacy

The SHS Pharmacy, operated by the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, provides prescriptions, over-the-counter meds, and health/beauty products for students. 
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Forms & Resources


Health Promotion & Outreach



Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday.....8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday.............................10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday ....Closed

Hours are subject to change due to extended hour days, holidays and semester breaks.

Contact Information:

Office & Appointments:

P: (850) 599-3777
F: (850) 412-5643

P: (850) 599-3779
F: 850-599-3067

After Hours Care: For urgent medical problems, students are encouraged to seek treatment at a community walk-in clinic or urgent care center. If you are having a medical emergency, dial 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room.