Boston University Student Health Services

at 881 Commonwealth Ave West , 02215

Boston University Student Health Services is committed to providing quality care and services to the BU student community.

Boston University Student Health Services
881 Commonwealth Ave West
Boston , MA 02215
United States
Contact Phone
P: (617) 353-3575


BU Student Health Services has a team of first-rate medical and behavioral health providers. We offer numerous programs and services on a variety of health and wellness topics. Please visit our website at for additional service information! Contact Information: *In case of emergency please dial 911 or BU Police Department at 617-353-2121* Primary Care or Medical Concern: 617-353-3575 then press 3 Mental Health: 617-353-3569 Sexual Assault & Crises: 617-353-7277 Wellness & Prevention Services: 617-358-0485

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