Student Health Centre

Masks

Due to an increase in COVID-19 activity, we currently require all individuals entering the Student Health Centre to wear a medical-grade mask, based on recommendations from Public Health. If you do not have a medical-grade mask, one will be provided to you when you enter our office. Thank you for your cooperation

Book an appointment

The UNB Student Health Centre is committed to providing quality primary health care.  Open year round to full-time UNB and STU students, we assess and manage a wide variety of medical problems. We know the importance of wellness to a student's academic success and our goal is to help you keep interruptions to your studies to a minimum. Our services are confidential.

Have an emergency?

Access to Student Health Centre

You can access the Student Health Centre if you: 

  • Are a full-time student at UNB or STU
  • Have been accepted to UNB or STU and are enrolled in full-time fall/winter classes for the upcoming semester
  • Are an ELP or Shad Valley participant (one-time access fee of $20 for the term)
  • Are a full-time student and have opted out of the UNB student health insurance plan (prescriptions)
  • Students graduating will maintain access to the Health Centre through to the end of August.  We recommend you put your name on the provincial list to get a doctor if you do not have one outside of the Health Centre.  Patient Connect NB (gnb.ca)

What to bring to your appointment

Canadian Students

  • a valid Student ID card
  • a valid Provincial Health card

International Students

  • a valid Student ID card
  • a valid Guard me International Healthcare Access Card  OR a valid NB Medicare card 

Book an appointment

How it works

We are currently open for full time UNB and STU students

Doctor, nurse practitioner, nurse, and dietitian appointments are available both virtually and in-person (at the discretion of each practitioner). All appointments adhere to both UNB and public health guidelines.

  • Be prepared - read how it works before your appointment
  • We are open during usual business hours for summer, winter, and fall
  • Our cancellation policy is still in place; no show fees will be applied if you do not cancel your appointment - regardless whether your appointment is by phone, video or in-person
  • You will be asked to provide the name, phone number, and fax of your preferred pharmacy if you need a prescription. All fees for faxing prescriptions will be waved during this period

Note: Phone lines may be busy. If you have questions, email us at SHC@unb.ca (this email is being monitored daily) or drop in to the clinic during our open hours to speak with staff. We are doing our best to continue providing services. Thank you for your patience.