Student Health Services ranked 7th by Princeton Review

Student getting blood pressure check.

NC State’s trusted provider of high quality health care, Student Health Services, has been ranked by the Princeton Review as the 7th best student health center in the nation.

Student Health Services strives to make healthcare accessible and affordable for the Wolfpack community, with services ranging from women’s health and dermatology to dental care and an on-site pharmacy. As true champions for personal wellness, the staff of Student Health Services is continuously striving to ensure that the diverse and growing wellness needs of students, faculty, and staff are supported.

Vice Chancellor and Dean Mike Mullen said, “As a division and university, we’re committed to ensuring the success of our students during their time at NC State and in the future. Personal wellness is a key component of being successful. This recognition by the Princeton Review is confirmation that by providing the campus community with access to high quality health care, Student Health Services is supporting an essential campus need.”

The Princeton Review’s 26th annual “Best Colleges Guide” compiles survey responses of 137,000 students from 382 colleges across the country. The 2018 edition recognizes NC State as “the largest and most diverse of North Carolina’s public university system, [providing] undergrads with a high level education and great value.”

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