Student Health Services provides over-the-counter medications, thermometers and health advice to those in need and basic health services. Phone triage and appointments for those conditions requiring face-to-face contact with a block same-day availability.
See the Student Health Services home page for hours. Students should call 330-972-7808 to set up an appointment in advance.
Health care, testing, medications as dictated by diagnosis and provider recommendations are offered.
Heath Services monitors a COVID line for self-reporting of symptoms, exposures, requests from outside entities to quarantine and reporting of offsite positive COVID testing with Health Service follow up. Visit the Student Health Services' website.
Download our checklist of health considerations for students, which includes:
If I test positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, do I need to inform anyone?
Answer: Yes, students should notify Student Health Services. As with any illness, students are responsible for also informing their instructors when they miss class. Employees should inform their immediate supervisor and Human Resources. See more guidance for employees.
Do I need to have a COVID-19 test conducted before coming to campus?
Answer: Asymptomatic individuals are not required to have a test. Symptomatic individuals should consult with Student Health Services or a health care professional to determine if a test is advised.
Asymptomatic COVID-19 testing available on campus at no cost.
How long should I quarantine?
Answer: You will need to stay in quarantine for 14 days from the date that you last had close contact with an infected person. We encourage you to reference the health guidelines webpage and the Quarantine Calculator for more information. You should also consult with Student Health Services or a health care provider to determine appropriate safety measures.
Will I be notified if a student in my class tests positive for COVID?
Answer: The University has measures in place to notify those individuals that meet criteria for a close contact. You can be proactive and assist in the process of contact tracing by making sure the University has your most up-to-date phone number and address on file, follow all seating instructions provided by faculty and by following all directional instruction/signage for entering and exiting a classroom and navigating the high-density areas of campus.