SCSU Residence Halls Closing May 17Southern Connecticut State University
Dr. Megan Bowles
We're thrilled to see our students arriving back on campus to start another exciting school year. Our Campus Loop Road location underwent renovations this summer to improve our nursing station and patient care areas. We're anxious to share the updated appearance and be able to see more students, right across from the Austin Resident Complex. Please visit any of our three locations during move in days from 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Take a tour and meet our staff — we would love to see you!
We know many of our students are coming to college now with chronic medical conditions: asthma, type I/II diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, anxiety and depression. We are here to help see and support your student in whatever fashion they choose.
Please visit any of our three locations during move in days from 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Take a tour and meet our staff — we would love to see you!
For some students, that means we become their primary care physician and take care of all their medical needs. Others we see only when they are sick, and/or we work with their specialist, drawing blood when needed so they do not have to travel back and forth too frequently. We're happy to do whatever keeps our students healthy and successful in school. The best way for us to do so is for students to simply come in and see us, so we can determine what their needs are here at KSU.
All registered students are eligible to be seen in clinic. Contact our three on campus locations at 470-578-6644 for an appointment. Follow-up appointments can be made through our patient portal: mychart.wellstar.org/mychart/. More information can be found at http://studenthealth.kennesaw.edu/.