Weigel Health Center provides health and wellness services for all registered students, including part-time, full-time, commuter, residential, Graduate, and Undergraduate students. In addition to diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries, we stress health education and preventive medicine. Students are seen by appointment. Walk-in appointments are also available. There is no charge for services, regardless of insurance coverage.
Our educational program sponsors professionals and peer educators who present topics on health issues, such as wellness, stress management, sexuality, violence, and alcohol and other drug-abuse prevention. Educational resources are available for student research or classroom projects.
[Click here to fill out your online appointment forms]
If you are already scheduled for an annual/initial GYN, physical exam, or male STD testing, you are required to fill out paperwork prior to your appointment. You can sign in using your Student log-in and password. If you have an questions, you can contact us at 716.878.6711.
[Click here for the New Student Health form]
In order to register for classes, all students must be in compliance with New York State law regarding immunizations.
Immunization records must be provided to the Health Center. The Health Center can provide assistance for obtaining records and/or provide measles, mumps, and rubella immunizations at no charge.
Meningitis Response Form
[Submit your Meningitis Immunization form]
You are not required to receive the meningococcal vaccine; but you are required to fill out the response form.
Mandatory Health Insurance Policy
[Click here to learn more about the student health plan]
The waiver for Fall 2013 will be available through the link above approximately May 27, 2013. The deadline to opt out of the school insurance for fall is September 30, 2013. No Exceptions. The cost for the annual heatlh insurance plan will be posted in May for coverage beginning August 13, 2013 and ending August 12, 2014.
All full-time students are required to have health insurance. Students registered for 12 credit hours or more, (undergraduate and graduate) are automatically enrolled into Buffalo State College's Health Insurance Plan. Students who have their own insurance are required to complete an online waiver to avoid being enrolled in and charged for the college's health insurance plan.
You can waive the insurance for the Fall 2013 semester in May 2013, click here.
Student Health Fee Waiver for Distant Learners
Weigel Health Center Services and Activities are funded through the Student Health Fee of $135 per Semester for full time students. Waiver only for distant learners that have no classes or meetings on campus and do not live in WNY. click here.