For All New Students:

Congratulations on your admission to Pittsburg State University and welcome to Student Health Services.  We’re here to see that your time at PSU is both healthy and happy.  We look forward to meeting you.

As part of the enrollment process at Pittsburg State University, all new undergraduate, graduate, and transfer students must complete certain health-related forms.

Please make sure you have read all the material below and have collected the necessary information to complete the forms. Then, access our online service, Gorilla Wellness to complete you medical requirements. (You will need your GUS Login ID to access the secure site). After entering the online service, refer to the "Forms" section of the Gorilla Wellness homepage to access the Medical Entrance Requirements section.

If you do not have internet access and need a paper copy of the required Medical Entrance Forms, fax a request to (620) 235- 4455 (U.S. only).  Be sure to include your name and return fax number.

Required Medical Entrance Forms

  1. Notice of Privacy Practices
  2. Health History
  3. Immunizations
  4. Tuberculosis Screening (All Incoming Students)

Notice of Privacy Practices

This section presents the Student Health Services Notice of Privacy Practices which you must read and acknowledge before we can provide health services to you.

Health History

This information gives the Student Health Service staff your medical history enabling us to treat you effectively. The information in your file is electronically secure and completely confidential. It cannot be released without your consent, except as required by law.


Having access to your immunization history will facilitate our medical treatment and advisement of a potentially needed vaccination.  It is very important that your immunizations be CURRENT AND ON RECORD. Be sure appropriate dates are completed.

**Please note required documentation of either the Menactra or Menomune meningitis vaccine for University Housing Residents.

Tuberculosis Screening

Recent regulations proposed by the Kansas Department of Health require a tuberculosis evaluation to be completed on all incoming students.  Tuberculosis is a bacterial disease that can be spread in close living or classroom environments.  Any student considered at risk for tuberculosis must complete appropriate testing.  Failure to comply with the required testing will result in disenrollment at Pittsburg State University.


All medical entrance forms for new students must be completed at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the enrolling semester.  Failure to comply may result in disenrollment.