The Student Health Center Pharmacy is closed. Appointments will be available on a case-by-case basis. Please call the Student Health Center at 801-626-6459 and leave a voicemail. Staff will return your call to discuss appropriate arrangements.
If you are concerned that you have COVID19, PLEASE CALL 844-501-9998. We do NOT offer COVID-19 testing.
If you receive your prescriptions through the Student Health Center pharmacy and need a refill every effort will be made to arrange for the refill over the telephone; however, an appointment may be required. Appointments for elective procedures (i.e. cryotherapy for warts) or minor medical concerns will not be made available at his time.
Student Services Center, Room 190
Monday - Friday: 8:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
*Please note, the pharmacy is only available at WSU Ogden Health Center and closed during weekends, holidays and semester breaks. Prescriptions must be picked up during these hours.
Who is eligible to use the pharmacy?
The pharmacy is available for current students only. You may be required to show your student ID card. We are sorry, but faculty and staff are not eligible to use the pharmacy.
What does the pharmacy carry?
The pharmacy carries commonly prescribed medications including antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, birth control, antidepressants, heartburn medications, emergency contraceptive and various other prescription and over-the-counter products. If the pharmacy does not carry a medication that you need, you may inquire about a special order. In most cases, a special order can be received the following business day.
What over-the-counter products are available at the pharmacy and how much will it cost?
Many over-the-counter products including Zyrtec (cetirizine), Claritin (loratadine), Sudafed (pseudoephedrine), Pepto-Bismol, cough syrup and Emergency Contraception and many others are available at a discounted rate for students. Many are $4 OR LESS! We are continuously trying to bring the students of WSU the best value, so the available items are subject to change without notice based upon our costs. Check back frequently as more over-the-counter products are regularly added.
How can I get my medications filled?
Prescriptions may be written at the Student Health Center or you may bring an outside prescription to the Student Health Center Pharmacy. At your request, the pharmacy may also transfer in active prescriptions from other pharmacies.
What if I have questions about my prescriptions or other medications?
The pharmacist is available to answer any questions about your prescription, medications, or potential drug interactions. The telephone number is 801-626-7924.