Health Center

On-Campus Clinic 
Serving Students



All new incoming students are required to show proof of immunization. Immunization forms will not be accepted if the form is incomplete.   VIEW FORMS>>  |   View State of TN Immunization Requirements >>


TSU COVID-19 Testing & Tracing

fi TSU faculty and staff members have created and implemented plans to keep the University community as safe and healthy as possible during what has been the world’s worst health crisis in our lifetimes. These plans include detailed instructions from the Tennessee State Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control and other agencies regarding testing, contact tracing, face-coverings, physical distancing, hygiene, facility cleaning, and other guidelines designed to slow the spread of COVID-19.

If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms, you may come to or contact the Campus Health Center at (615) 963-5291, or via email at:

TSU COVID-19 non-emergency phone line and email  (615) 963-6888 and

TSU Testing Plan  |  COVID-19 Resources

Please make sure to visit  Fall Reopening website  regularly for the most up-to-date information and guidance.



TSU Health Services


The Tennessee State University's Student Health Center is an on-campus clinic staffed by qualified medical professionals to safeguard the health of TSU students and the University community.  Services provided include:

  • Basic First Aid
  • Emergency Care Referral
  • Walk-in and appt.-based consultation regarding health concerns
  • Gynecology (including administration of Depo shots, pregnancy tests)
  • Referrals to the appropriate continuum of care to physicians, hospitals, clinics, and other related agencies

Students suffering from complex medical/surgical problems are referred to and hospitalized at local hospitals of their choice (at their own expense). The University accepts no responsibility for any student requiring hospitalization or specialty referrals. Therefore, students are strongly encouraged to enroll in a Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan. The University does not offer a Student Health Insurance Plan.


Our Mission

omThe Tennessee State University Health Services aims to provide quality outpatient health care and education to all students and to empower students with knowledge of their personal health status and educate them on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout their lives. Student Health Services is maintained to safeguard the health of the students.  All activities are carried out with emphasis on education for the promotion of good health.