When to seek medical attention

  • Persistent fever.
  • Vomiting and unable to keep clear liquids down.
  • Persistent diarrhea.
  • Cold Symptoms for more than 10 days that do not respond to self-care.
  • Severe headache.
  • Unable to bear weight or use the affected limb after an injury.
  • Burning with urination or a discharge.
  • STD exposure.
  • Unprotected sex, (emergency contraception is available at the student health center for a nominal fee and is also available at local pharmacies).
  • Menstrual changes.
  • Persistent abdominal pain.
  • Unexplained or concerning weight loss.
  • Wheezing and/ or severe cough.
  • Redness, pain, swelling and/or drainage from a cut or scrape.
  • A sore throat that keeps you from eating or drinking especially if accompanied by a fever.
  • Unexplained or persistent rash or skin changes.
  • Pain, redness or drainage in the eye.
  • Ear pain.
  • Persistent insomnia or feelings of anxiety and/or depression.

All student information held at the Health and Wellness Center is strictly confidential, and will not be released without written or phone consent by the student. This includes inquiries from parents, private health care providers, professors, and other students. Students under 18 year of age must have parental permission to be seen and treated at the Health and Wellness Center, with the exception of emergency situations, emancipated minors, or reproductive health issues.


Health and Wellness Center

Phone: (607) 436-3573

Fax: (607) 436-2074


Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30pm


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