The UNC Charlotte Student Health Center (SHC) provides primary medical care, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion, and various specialty services to all registered UNC Charlotte students, regardless of the type of health insurance they carry.
The Sexual Health Program is part of the Student Health Center. It provides services such as contraceptive appointments, The Safer Sex Station, Free confidential HIV Testing, and Educational workshops and trainings on sexual and reproductive health and healthy relationships.
The Safer Sex Station, located on the Upper Level of the Student Health Center across from the Pharmacy, provides a wide range of fee safer sex supplies for students. Any student organization or department requesting Safer Sex Supplies in a large quantity should contact the Center for Wellness Promotion. PLEASE NOTE: To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Safer Sex Station will remain empty for the foreseeable future. Students may request condoms for free at the Student Health Center Pharmacy, or at the front desk of the Center for Wellness Promotion when staff are not teleworking during the pandemic.
The Center for Wellness Promotion uses a public health model and effective prevention and health promotion strategies to help students make informed decisions about their personal health and wellbeing.
University Recreation operates as a part of the Health & Wellbeing Unit within the Division of Student Affairs. The Unit, which consists of UREC, CAPS, the Center for Wellness Promotion, and Student Health, strives to assist and support students in amplifying their wellbeing journey throughout college and beyond.
Past outreach programs facilitated by MMHEI staff include: General CAPS Services, BIPOC Mental Health Resources, Increasing Motivation and Preventing Burnout, Homesickness and Taking Care of Your Mental Health in Your First Year, Engaging in Radical Self-Care, and Black Masculinity and Mental Health.
The resources included on this page center the mental health needs of black students. Colleges and universities are not immune from the impact of systemic racism and structural inequities, which can make it challenging to navigate predominantly white institutions as a black student.
UNC Charlotte Dining Services has a registered dietitian on staff who helps students with food allergies and students who are vegetarian/vegan navigate dining on campus, provides tours of the dining halls specific to students’ needs, and partners with student groups and campus organizations for wellness events and nutrition education.
Located in Atkins Library, A Mother's Place "Too" provides nursing mothers with a private place to express breast milk for her nursing child as outlined in UP 101.20. Information about utilizing this resource can be found in the Mother's Place "Too" Guidelines or by contacting Cindy Edwards at 704‑687‑0658 or email@example.com or April Edwards at 704-687-0650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Mother's Place, located in Room 305 in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS), and the University's first room set aside for mothers in July 2010 is also available for use. To request access to the CHHS room complete the form found at https://forms.gle/JAM7tQpm96XpCWv9A. Once the form is completed, Ashton Atmore with CHHS will submit your request and approve you for badge access for the CHHS room.
Pharmabox is a specialized distributor of over-the-counter (OTC) products and essentials. Our machine currently carries 82 different products and holds about 800 items, including face masks and hand sanitizer. The Pharmabox is located on the first floor of the Student Union next to the ATM and the public REPROS multi-function device.
Medicaid is a medical assistance program that pays medical bills for people who meet certain eligibility requirements (such as income, age, or disability) which are based on Federal regulations and State law.
Atrium Health is a nationally recognized leader in shaping health outcomes through innovative research, education and compassionate patient care. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Atrium Health is an integrated, nonprofit health system with more than 70,000 teammates serving patients at 40 hospitals and more than 1,400 care locations.
Camino Health Center is a bilingual and multicultural health center that provides excellent and affordable holistic care to the underinsured and uninsured populations. Their mission is to equip people to live truly healthy lives.