At the Student Health Center (SHC), we offer medical, counseling, health promotion, and pharmacy services and provide accessibility accommodations to students with disabilities. All matriculated students in a degree-granting program have access to the SHC, regardless of insurance.

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Medical Services

We offer universal, hassle-free medical services at either no cost or very reduced cost to all NYU students, regardless of insurance coverage. You are assigned to a primary care medical team during your time at NYU and can visit with them to manage your healthcare needs. For some medical conditions, your provider may refer you to a specialist for consultation and treatment.

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Counseling and Wellness Services

CWS can help with any mental health concerns you might experience, including stress, anxiety, alcohol or drugs, eating, depression, family issues, suicidal thoughts, and more. We offer individual counseling, group counseling, wellness workshops, referrals to long-term services in the community, and long-term psychiatric medication services on-site. Except for psychiatry services, they are provided at no cost.

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Health Promotion

Health Promotion provides interactive, engaging health information to help students make informed and healthy choices while at NYU, and works with students to promote activities that create a healthier environment for the NYU community. The office creates programs on topics including stress, alcohol and other drugs, mental and sexual health, healthy eating, sexual assault prevention, and bystander intervention.

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The SHC Pharmacy is your resource for all your prescription needs! Ask questions if you are unsure about your medications or have any other concerns. We offer a wide selection of pharmaceuticals (brand name and generic), vitamins and over-the-counter medications, pharmaceutical counseling, drug information and education.

Accessibility Accommodations

The Moses Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) works with NYU students to determine and implement appropriate and reasonable accommodations as well as connect to available programs and resources to support equal access to a world-class education. CSA provides services for undergraduate and graduate students (and other students enrolled in an NYU course) with hearing and visual, mobility, learning and attention, chronic illness, psychological and temporary needs.