Information Update

The Atlanta Student Health Clinic is currently open and operational to respond to the needs of students from all campuses. However, we are not currently scheduling non-acute appointments in person, such as well visits, annual exams, physicals, etc., in order to reserve our services for urgent needs, such as students who have an illness or injury, and to encourage social distancing. We ask that ALL students call us at 404-413-1930 before coming in for ANY reason.

TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE Starting April 13th, students can  make appointments with our providers using a telehealth option. Please  go to our patient portal or call us at 404-413-1930 to schedule an appointment. Students can also reach us at

Please see our FAQs below for more information. Please visit the GSU Ahead website  for information on Georgia State’s COVID-19 response. For students with the Student Health Insurance Plan, please visit USG COVID-19 Student Health Resources page for information on free resources available to you. Students in need of financial or other assistance, please go to The Office of the Dean of Student’s website for resources.

Coronavirus Information

Review our COVID-19 FAQ

Immunization Drive

Immunization Drive

Required immunizations, flu shots and HPV vaccines are available to students at the following sites until September 25th:

  1. Atlanta – Student Center East Golden Key Conference Room 200
  2. Clarkston – Tent in the CH building courtyard
  3. Dunwoody – Tent behind the NT building

Students are asked to call the Immunizations Line at 404-413-1941 or email to confirm the missing required immunizations before making an appointment.

Appointments can be made by calling the clinic (main campus 404-413-1930; PC campuses 678-891-4105) or on the Patient Portal at Information about immunization requirements can be found at Immunization prices can be found at

Georgia State University Patient Portal:

Use the Georgia State University Patient portal to make appointments, access your health records and communicate with your providers.