Student Health Center

Office: LoGrasso Hall

(716) 673-3131

Deborah Dibble, Director



The Student Health Center provides currently enrolled Fredonia students with confidential primary care of acute illness and injury, health education, immunizations, preventative health and laboratory services. Most services provided in the Student Health Center are provided without any additional charge to the student as they are funded by the mandatory health fee paid each semester. PPD tests are provided for an additional charge to the students on their FRED card.

The Student Health Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. during the academic year. The medical staff includes a board certified physician, nurse practitioners and registered nurses.  When necessary, referrals can be made to private physicians or specialists in the local area.  For more information regarding the Student Health Center services and staff, please visit the center's website at  Specific questions can be directed to our email at, or by calling the Student Health Center at (716) 673-3131.

When the Student Health Center is closed, emergency care is always available at Brooks Memorial Hospital. The hospital is located at 529 Central Ave., Dunkirk, approximately 3 miles from the campus. For any emergency on campus or when an ambulance is needed, the University Police should be called at 673-3333. If there is an emergency when you are off campus, dial 911.

All services provided outside the Student Health Center, such as outpatient laboratories, x-rays, and emergency room visits are the student's responsibility, and are not covered by the student health fee.