Health Promotions

Health Services has a responsibility to insure the TSU community receives  education on disease prevention in order to minimize the spread of infection, and to alleviate anxiety concerning bacterial meningitis, influenza, HIV and other communicable disease(s). The University is concerned with the rights and health of the individual and with the general well-being of the TSU community.

The University endorses and supports the position of the American College Health Association (ACHA) that the primary response of colleges and universities is to  prevent the spread of communicable disease(s) through education. One of the many educational resources offered to the campus community is in the form of printed materials approved by the Texas State Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and ACHA available at the Student Health Center. In additon to printed materials,  Student Health Services conducts  seminars and peer lead outreach programs focusing on  prevention and the reduction of the spread of communicable diseases each semester, programming includes:

  •       Healthy Living Presentations
  •     HIV/STD Testing 
  •    Health & Wellness Fairs
  •    Seasonal Flu Shots
  •    Immunization Drives

HIV/STD testing is offered  weekly  during the fall and spring semesters.


 Every Wednesday

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.