Student Affairs and Enrollment Management


COVID-19 Information

Total Wellness Vision

The Health and Wellness Center would like to be an integral part of your life as you complete your studies here at Central State. Both physical and mental health influence your academic performance. The center understands there are multiple dimensions of wellness that must be addressed to help students succeed. Our staff is ready to serve you, adhering to our center’s core values of integrity; compassion; accountability; and mutual respect.
Health Clinic Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, except holidays
Lackey-Lee Health Center Building
O: 937-376-6134

Central State University continues to closely monitor the public health guidelines and recommendations from local, state, and federal agencies. The Health and Wellness Center has measures in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The clinic is staffed by a board-certified family physician, board certified family nurse practitioner, and registered medical assistant.

The Health and Wellness Center houses the Health Clinic, Counseling Services, and the Office of Academic Empowerment and Accessibility (OAEA). If you wish to visit any of these areas, please make an appointment first or call ahead at:

     Health Clinic  |  O: 937-376-6134
     Counseling Services  |  O: 937-376-6338
     OAEA  |  O: 937- 376-6479

All persons entering the Health and Wellness Center building for any reason will be required to answer screening questions, undergo a temperature check and wear a mask while in the building.

Anyone with a new cough, fever, chills, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, or who has been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus infection should not enter the building. They should call their primary healthcare provider or the Health and Wellness Center at 937-376-6134 for further guidance.

COVID-19 testing is currently not available at the Health and Wellness Center. Healthcare personnel can refer you to testing sites as required.
Travel Advisory
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently issued a travel advisory involving several states with high positive testing rates for COVID-19. This list is updated weekly on Wednesdays by the Ohio Governor’s Office. You may visit to see weekly updates.
Due to the Governor’s travel advisory, students from these states must provide documentation of a negative COVID-19 test on arrival to campus. The test must be a diagnostic COVID test. The test should be taken 7-10 days prior to scheduled travel. Antibody test results will not be accepted nor will COVID tests taken more than 10 days prior. Students whose results are not available before scheduled travel should remain in their home state until the test results are available. 
To ensure students begin their academic studies on time, virtual coursework will be available to those students whose travel is delayed and/or denied.  Students should consult with their academic advisor to coordinate this option.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact the Health and Wellness Center at 937-376-6134,, and/or the Dean of Students Terree Stevenson, at 937-376-6493,

Appointments are required to optimize use of your time and to limit missed class time. Appointments are available between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Walk-ins are accepted on a case by case basis.

The clinic offers a wide range of services including:

– Evaluation and treatment of common simple illnesses
– Evaluation and treatment of common simple injuries
– Reproductive health consultations
– Gynecological exams
– Physical activity and exercise advice
– Nutrition Information and consultations
– Limited on-site prescription medications
– Medication samples (when supplies are available) – FREE
– Loan items (ex. crutches) – FREE
– In-house laboratory testing when deemed medically necessary

Telehealth appointments are available through Kareo Telemedicine by following the instructions listed below.

Kareo Telemedicine Video

How to Schedule a Telemedicine Appointment 
Call 937-376-613 or email to request a telemedicine appointment, then wait for a confirmation email with a direct link OR you may download the Kareo Telemedicine app to your device (phone, tablet, computer).
Open the app when prompted. The first page will be Authentication. The Sign In is located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Click this option. This will take you to a Sign In page. Click Sign Up in the bottom, right hand side of the screen. 
The Authentication screen will show back up. You have an option to Sign Up with your phone or via your email. Your email must be your MyCSU email so that it matches our student data. 
Kareo Telemedicine will then send you a 4-digit code for you to enter on your device. Then you will be directed to enter your insurance card information.
Next you will be asked for a bank account or credit card number. We will be billing your insurance unless you chose self-pay. If you choose self-pay, you may be billed directly.
Appointment Time – You will need to log back into the app a few minutes before your scheduled appointment time to start your telemedicine appointment. One of our providers will then connect with you shortly.
We look forward to assisting and guiding you with your medical needs.