We are a full-service in-house Pharmacy serving the university community! We provide medication consultations, fill and refill prescriptions and offer generic medications that are always available at a low cost to students, faculty and staff. Most prescription insurance plans are accepted at our pharmacy.
FILL A NEW PRESCRIPTION
Our pharmacy can fill prescriptions written by your Student Health Center provider or by a medical provider outside of the Student Health Center. Prescriptions can be processed on the same day if in-stock and received at least 30 mins prior to pharmacy closing time.
- If the prescription is currently with a different pharmacy: Call us and provide your name, date of birth, ID number, phone number, the name of your medication and which pharmacy has the prescription. We can contact them to transfer the prescription to our pharmacy.
- If prescribed by a provider outside of the Student Health Center: Your provider can phone in, fax or e-scribe your prescription to the Student Health Center Pharmacy.
- If you have a paper prescription: Prescriptions can be filled once it has been brought in to the pharmacy.
REFILL A PRESCRIPTION
Refill your existing prescriptions at the Student Health Center. If your prescription is at another pharmacy, we are glad to call that pharmacy to have any remaining prescription refills transferred to our pharmacy. Refills can be processed the same day if in-stock and received 30 mins prior to closing time.
Monday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Upper Level, Student Health Center
Call the Pharmacy at 704-687-7359 and leave a voicemail with your name, Student ID number, prescription number or medication name and your phone number. If issues with filling your prescription arise, we will contact you.
Stop by the Pharmacy during our business hours.
OVER-THE-COUNTER (OTC) MEDICATIONS
The Student Health Center Pharmacy carries many medications that do not require prescriptions. OTC drugs are medications that are safe and effective for use by the general public without seeking treatment by a health professional.
*Prices are subject to change and do not include sales tax. Generics are stocked when available.
Most third party insurance plans are accepted. The first time you purchase a prescription at our Pharmacy, you will need to present your prescription insurance card. At the beginning of every Fall and Spring semester, students with the Student Blue Health Insurance will need to reactivate their plan.
Over-The-Counter medication is not covered by insurance. See the list of available OTC Medications for pricing.
- If you have Student Blue, your copay will be no more than $15.00 per 30 day supply.
- If you have a private insurance plan, we will process the prescription to determine your copay.
You can pay in full at the time of your visit by credit card, debit card, or apple pay. In most cases, charges can be placed on your UNC Charlotte Student Account if not paid at the time of visit. You are responsible for your co-pay determined by your insurance plan.
No problem! Let us know what medication you take by dropping off your prescription and we will order it for you. It will be ready for you the next business day after 1:00 PM.
You MUST have a valid, government-issued, non-expired photographic identification card. You may use your Driver's License, Passport, Military ID, or a state-issued ID card. A UNC Charlotte Student ID card is NOT a valid form of identification and will not be accepted.
You must pick up your own prescription at the Pharmacy. No one else will be allowed to pick up your prescription for you.
If you are filling prescriptions via mail order, you must have the prescription delivered to you personally. We are not able to accept medications on your behalf.
Yes, upon semester breaks or graduation, you may have your prescriptions transferred to a pharmacy of your choosing. Call us for more information.
Patients are not obligated to use the pharmacy at the Student Health Services. Prescriptions may be filled at the pharmacy of the patient’s choice.