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Student Health - Wellness of Mind & Body Impact

Student Health - Wellness of Mind & Body

FAIRMONT STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT HEALTH ensures all students have convenient and equal access to timely, high quality, affordable services regardless of age; gender identity; marital status; race/ethnicity; religious, spiritual, or cultural identity; sexual orientation; socioeconomic status; disability; and veteran status.

To see a medical provider, please make an appointment by calling 304-367-4155 during office hours.  Same-day appointments are welcome and accommodated as best as possible. Walk-ins are welcome. 

Student Health Portal

All new students are required to update information and immunization requirements using the Fairmont State Student Health Portal. Students can also upload information on their COVID vaccine, to ensure they can opt-out of the campus mask requirements.

The links below will provide instructions and further information

If you have questions not answered by the documents above, please contact Student Health.

Office Hours 

Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Health Services Office is located in the Falcon Center, 3rd floor. Valid student ID required.  Referrals to outside health care providers or local medical facilities will be made when deemed necessary.

After Hours/ Emergency

Mental Health Crisis

Access ProtoCALL

(304) 367-4155

Marion County Rescue Squad


Fairmont Regional Medical Center

(304) 367-7100

Mission Statement

Fairmont State University Student Health exists to enhance the educational process by modifying or removing health related barriers to learning and by promoting an optimal level of wellness.


Fairmont State University Student Health has a goal to evaluate and treat illness and injury as appropriate. Early care of acute illness and a healthy lifestyle can prevent serious illness, reduce time lost from classes and keep students looking and feeling well.

Prevention is the key to health. The primary tool of prevention is health education. Self-responsibility is nurtured through the educational component of each encounter in Student Health. Our office seeks to aid in a long-term goal of developing a student that is increasingly independent and able to manage their own health needs to the extent possible.