Clinical Services Available

Click here for a list of after-hours and emergency care

Emergency Care: Dial "911" in all instances of medical emergency. Do not delay urgent treatment by attempting to bring a patient to the Student Health Service.

Health Care Services

Student Health Service offers health care services including, but not limited to, the following.

  • Acute Care:
    • Cold, flu, fever
    • Common infections (respiratory, urinary tract, skin, etc.)
    • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or other GI concerns
    • Orthopedic or sports-related injuries
    • Simple laceration repair
  • Mental Health:
    • ADHD management (we do not perform ADHD testing)
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Eating behavior concerns
  • Preventative Care:
    • Immunizations
  • Primary Care:
    • Allergy injections & maintenance
    • Chronic conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, hypertension, etc)
    • General medical care
    • Gynecological exams
    • Physical exams (routine, sports, etc.)
  • Sexual Health:
    • Contraception/birth control planning
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and treatment
  • Transgender Care: 
    • Hormone therapy management and initiation of therapy
  • Tobacco Cessation
    • Tobacco Treatment Specialists (TTS) can provide education and guidance, discuss Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), and connect you to NDQuits for students wanting to quit tobacco
  • This is NOT an all-inclusive list of medical conditions/concerns that our providers are able to address, so please contact us if there are any questions about the care we can provide. 

Medical Laboratory Services

  • The Medical Laboratory is a CLIA certified laboratory
  • Testing is performed for diagnostic purposes on samples including:
    • blood
    • urine
    • stool
    • throat and nasal swabs
    • and more! 
  • Outside lab orders are accepted 
  • Staffed by licensed laboratory professionals
  • Lab Tests Online

Radiology Services

  • Digital X-ray images completed using computed radiography (CR) technology
  • X-ray exam images can be burned to a CD by patient request. Patients need to fill out an Authorization and Request to Release Medical Information form
  • Outside x-ray orders are accepted as long as they meet the following criteria:
    • Date of order
    • Ordering provider's name printed and signed
    • CPT code of x-ray exam to be performed associated with a reason for exam
    • Diagnosis code
    • Instructions where to send final report
  • Staffed by a licensed Radiologic Technologist
  • Images professionally read by a licensed Radiologist
  • Patients needing MRIs, CT scans, mammograms, ultrasounds or other specialized imaging are referred to an outside provider in the community

Telehealth Services

Please see our Telehealth Services page for more information. 


This page is intended to act as a resource for students looking to find healthcare services outside of NDSU. Please note this list is for convenience and is not all-inclusive. Students should feel free to search additional options.

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