Pharmacy team behind Pharmacy counter holding up the wolf hand sign


Here at the pharmacy we provide medications from our formulary to help improve your health. The majority of prescriptions written by our providers are filled on site. 

Our Staff

The pharmacy is managed by our registered pharmacist Margie Stowe. We also have our certified and registered pharmacy technician Erin Crews available to assist you.

The pharmacy is open in alignment with the Student Health Center. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is closed from 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. for lunch. Our phone number is (678) 839-0648.

Accepted Forms of Payment

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Credit Card (American Express, Master Card, Visa, Discover)
  • HSA Card
  • We can also upload charges to your Banner account for payment at a later time


Frequently Asked Questions

Not at this time. Our medication prices have been set at a discounted rate for our students.

Yes. If we carry your medication in the pharmacy we will be glad to call your pharmacy for a transfer.

Depending on the medication we may be able to do an early refill with approval. We can also have your medication(s) transferred out to your chosen pharmacy. Your chosen pharmacy will need to call us requesting the transfer. Our phone is number is (678) 839-0678.

Any student that has paid their health fee for the semester can utilize the pharmacy.

All of the medications have a discounted rate. The majority are offered at $5.00 and can increase in price depending on the medication. Students can call the pharmacy at  (678) 839-0678 to get the cost of a certain medication(s).

Yes. the majority of our birth control pills are $15.00 for a one month supply. If you are purchasing more than one pack at a time the cost drops to $10.00 per pack. You may purchase up to 6 packs at a time.

Yes. The shot is $50.00 and can be administered by one of our nurses in health services with an appointment. There is no cost for the administration of the injection.

Yes. We do carry both Plan-B and Ella. Plan-B does not require a prescription from a provider but Ella does.

No. We can service your needs for over-the-counter medications anytime during our business hours.

Over-the-Counter Medications Carried

  • Abreva (for cold sores)


  • Acetaminophen (Tylenol)


  • Acidophilus (Probiotic)


  • Allergy Eye Drops 


  • Artificial Tears Drops 


  • Artificial Tears ointment


  • Aspirin


  • Benzoyl Peroxide gel (for acne)


  • Bisacodyl suppository (for constipation)


  • Bisacodyl tablet (for constipation)


  • Bismuth chewable tabs (Pepto)


  • Bismuth liquid (Pepto)


  • Carbamide Peroxide ear drops (to help dissolve ear wax)


  • Cetirizine (Zyrtec)


  • Chap Stick


  • Chlorhexidine scrub


  • Chlorpheniramine (antihistamine for allergies)


  • Clotrimazole 7 day vaginal cream (for yeast infections)


  • Clotrimazole cream


  • Compound-W (for warts)


  • Cough Drops 


  • Diabetic Tussin 


  • Diphenhydramine capsules (Benadryl)


  • Diphenhydramine cream 


  • Driminate (for motion sickness/vertigo)


  • Famotidine (Pepcid)


  • Fleets Enema (for constipation)


  • Fluticasone (Flonase)


  • Generic emetrol (for nausea)


  • Generic Tylenol cold and flu 


  • Guaifenesin (Mucinex for cough/congestion)


  • Hydrocortisone cream (for itchy rashes)


  • Hydrocortisone lotion 


  • Ibuprofen 


  • Ivy-Dry 


  • Loperamide (Imodium for diarrhea)


  • Loratadine (Claritin)


  • Magnesium 


  • Melatonin


  • Metamucil Powder


  • Miconazole (for “jock itch”)


  • Midol Complete (for menstrual cramps)


  • Mintox (antacid for indigestion) 


  • Multivitamin


  • Muscle Rub 


  • Mylanta (generic)


  • Naproxen (Aleve) 


  • Nasal Decongestant Spray 


  • Orajel


  • Phenazopyridine (AZO for UTI pain)


  • Phenylephrine (decongestant)


  • Pill Splitter


  • Polyethylene Glycol (Miralax for constipation)


  • Prenatal Vitamin


  • Robafen (liquid Mucinex) 


  • Robafen DM 


  • Rolaids 


  • Saline Nasal Spray  


  • Simethicone (for stomach gas) 


  • Sore Throat Lozenge 


  • Sore Throat Spray 


  • Tolnaftate cream (for “jock itch” and other fungal infections)


  • Tolnaftate powder


  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment (Neosporin)

Yes. We carry thermometers ($5.00), reusable hot and cold packs ($5.00), bandaids, pocket sized first aid kits, and pill splitters.

We offer multivitamins both with iron and without as well as a digestive support probiotics to keep you feeling ready to tackle the semester.

We carry some immunizations such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, Varicella, and MMR. These can be administered by our nurses here at health services by appointment.

We can take a refill request over the phone or when you come into the pharmacy. If you want to request a refill over the phone, please call (678) 839-0678.

We do our best to be efficient. Our average wait time is 5-10 minutes.

We do have a limited formulary, so stop in or give us a call at  (678) 839-0678 to see if we stock your medication. You will need to provide the name and strength of the medication you are inquiring about.

You would need to pay the health fee for the semester. Once the fee has been paid, we will be glad to take care of you.

Yes. If we carry the medication listed then we will be glad to fill your prescription. We must have the hard copy of the prescription or have the provider call in the medication to (678) 839-0678. At this time we do not accept electronic prescriptions or faxes.