Location

Suite 6422 (sixth floor)

Hours

This office is operating remotely and does not have staff on call during weekends, evenings and holidays.

The Wellness Center's Virtual Front Desk is available to answer questions via Zoom 
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm EST  

Mtng ID: 212 817 7020, Password: 6422

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Student Health Services

Due to the impact of COVID19, the Wellness Center office is operating remotely.

Our Virtual Front Desk is available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm EST to answer questions via Zoom

You may also email us at wellness@gc.cuny.edu and we will return your message as soon as possible.

See important service changes and get COVID-19 information and resources from the Wellness Center »

 

Connecting You to Health Services, Information and Resources

still life photo of a heart-shaped bowl of green vegetables, a stethoscope, a glass of water, small freeweights, an apple, and a pair of sneakers

Student Health Services provides health and wellness education to students at The Graduate Center via online resources, presentations, workshops, health screening events and the yearly comprehensive Wellness Festival, held during the spring. Health Services also collects and maintains student immunization records.

Browse our extensive library of online health information, or contact us directly with your health questions.

Immunization Requirements

All incoming students are required to submit up-to-date immunization and vaccination records in order to register for classes.

See documentation and submission requirements »

Find a vaccination provider »

Getting Healthcare

Although Health Services does not offer direct clinical patient care, we are able to offer guidance and referrals to assist students in obtaining routine or urgent healthcare services from outside providers.

- Service Providers and Facilities
- Navigating the Healthcare System

If you have a medical emergency:

If you are in the Graduate Center, call Security at x7777 immediately. They can get help to you the fastest.

For an emergency outside of The Graduate Center, we recommend that you first call 911, which can provide the necessary service to help you and, if indicated, transport you to an emergency room. 
 
If you determine that you can safely seek emergency care on your own, there are numerous emergency services located in major medical facilities throughout New York City.

Find an emergency room or urgent care clinic »

Mission Statement

The mission of the Student Health Service is to promote wellness by providing health information that will help and empower students to maximize their achievements academically at the Graduate Center, and throughout their lives.