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Student Health Services

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Student getting medical care at Redfern Health Center

Student Health Services

Student Health Services is an integrated, outpatient organization comprised of three divisions: Medical Services, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), and Healthy Campus.

Emergencies/After-Hours Care



Student getting Flu Checked at Redfern Health Center


The web portal, MyHealth-e, is available only to students at Clemson University. Students use their university username and password to log into MyHealth-e to schedule and cancel appointments, upload insurance information and immunization records, communicate with the health center, complete required paperwork and access medical/billing records.

MyHealth-e Portal
Student at Redfern Health Center

MUSC Health Virtual Urgent Care

MUSC Health and Redfern Health Center offer an easy-to-use online virtual urgent care service for Clemson University and Bridge to Clemson students who are physically present in the state of South Carolina. This free service is accessible 24/7 and addresses a variety of student health concerns.

MUSC Health Virtual Urgent Care
CAPS Staff

Billing and Payments

Redfern Health Center courtesy files as an out-of-network provider for many commercial medical insurance plans. Clemson University also offers a comprehensive Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) for which we are an in-network provider. Payment for services not covered by the University health fee can be paid online.

Billing and Payments
Pharmacy at Redfern Health Center


The on-site pharmacy at Redfern Health Center fills prescriptions and offers over-the-counter products for purchase. Redfern is staffed by licensed pharmacists who specialize in student health care needs, adminster flu shots, answer travel questions and address your health-related concerns.

Medical provider at Redfern talking with a student


There are multiple resources available to students diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Students seeking medication for the treatment of ADHD, either as an initial prescription or as a refill, are required to submit documentation.

ADHD Documentation
Students at Yes Fest

Request a Program

Both Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Healthy Campus work together within Student Health Services to provide educational tools and supportive outreach and/or programming.

Request a Program
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New Students

New to Clemson? Visit Redfern Health Center to complete new student requirements, view helpful recommendations and learn about available resources.

New Students
Student attending a class during COVID-19

COVID-19 Campus Resources

Clemson University’s COVID-19 mitigation strategy relies on individuals’ awareness and commitment to their own health and to the health of all Tigers and the greater community.


Mental Health

At Clemson University we acknowledge mental health as an important element of student health and well-being. We encourage you to learn skills to address mental health challenges and promote resilience and well-being. Check out our resources to learn how challenges impact college students and what practices support your mental health.

Learn More About Mental Health
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Students at Suicide Vigil

Suicide Prevention

Tigers Together is Clemson University’s suicide prevention initiative. Our primary purpose is to prevent suicide by decreasing risk factors, enhancing protective factors, facilitating gatekeeper workshops via our Tigers Together Advocate Training (TTAT) program, reducing stigma and creating an overall community of caring for the Clemson University family.

Learn More About Suicide Prevention

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Clemson University is committed to maintaining an environment that is healthy, safe and attractive for all members of the community. Students who choose to use alcohol and other drugs assume a responsibility to comply with South Carolina laws and University policies, to make decisions that reduce their personal risks, and to consider the health and safety risks posed to others. The University provides education, programs, and policies to empower students to make responsible decisions relating to alcohol and other drug consumption.

Learn More About Alcohol and Other Drugs
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Student at Counseling Session

Interpersonal Violence Prevention

Interpersonal violence is the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against another person or against a group or community that results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation.

Learn More About Interpersonal Violence Prevention

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    Student Health Services
    Student Health Services | Redfern Health Center, 735 McMillan Road, Clemson, SC 29634