Student Health Services

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In response to official guidance to limit the spread of coronavirus, the Student Health Center staff will not facilitate in-person appointments, but are accessible by phone. The office will be monitoring voicemail and email Monday-Friday 8:30 am- 5:00 pm. If you are in need of medical assistance, please leave a voicemail and one of the nurses will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours. If you have a nonmedical question, please also leave a message and a staff member will return your call within 24 hours.

Telephone number: 609-896-5060
Email: [email protected]

Providers will conduct telephone screenings and offer instructions over the phone. Students who live off campus are encouraged to contact their primary care providers first; the Student Health Center will be available to provide guidance via telephone consultation.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency:

  • On-campus: Call Public Safety at 609-896-5029
  • Off-campus: Call 911

Coronavirus (COVID-19) information resources: 

Do You Have a Question? - Ask a Nurse

Available Now!

  • Do you have medical concerns? – What are the symptoms of Covid-19? Is this just allergies? What should I be doing to protect myself/family/friends?
  • Create an account on the Healthy Broncs Portal
    • Send a secure message to one of the nurse practitioners – we will respond within 24 hours (Monday-Friday)
    • This is service is for medical advice only, not for illnesses/complaints. If urgent see a local provider.
  • If you are having mental health related concerns/questions please contact Counseling Services at 609-896-5157
  • Stay informed with videos about COVID-19, alcohol abuse & drugs, mental health and more from College Health TV:

Coming Soon!

  • Telehealth – Communicate through video with health center staff 
    • Some conditions that can be evaluated by Telehealth include:
      • Allergies – sneezing, runny nose, cough, sinus congestion, etc.
      • Rashes
      • UTI’s
      • STI exposure
      • Birth control (under 21 only)
      • Yeast infections
  • More information to follow

Rider University Student Health Services serves the health care needs of all full-time undergraduate resident and commuter students, regardless of insurance choice. Health services are also provided to full-time graduate students who have purchased health insurance through Rider University. The university maintains clinics on both campuses. Learn more about our services.


  • Lawrenceville Campus
    Poyda Hall
    2083 Lawrenceville Road
    Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
    P: 609-896-5060
    F: 609-895-5682
    E: [email protected]
  • Princeton Campus (Westminster Choir College)
    Taylor Hall
    101 Walnut Ln
    Princeton, NJ 08540
    P: 609-921-7100 ext 8311
    F: 609-924-3649
    E: [email protected]


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