All ISU students, spouses, domestic partners who have paid the ISU Student Health Service fee are eligible. Students do not have to purchase the Student Health Insurance in order to use the pharmacy.
Yes. For covered conditions (please see the Student Health Insurance brochure), ISU Student Health Insurance does help pay for prescriptions.
Yes, the Pharmacy accepts most major prescription insurance plan cards. To find out if we accept your prescription card, call the member service phone number on the front or back of your prescription card and ask them if the ISU Pharmacy with an NABP # (National Association of Boards Pharmacy) of 1461033 can submit claims.
If you do not have your prescription insurance card, you can ask the cardholder to fax a copy of the front and back of the card to the Pharmacy.
You may also download a copy of the prescription card form and submit it by:
The ISU Pharmacy accepts payment by cash, Redbird Card, personal check, major credit card, or by charging to your student account.
Yes, if the medication is on the ISU drug formulary. Please contact the Pharmacy to see if your medication is supplied or if it can be ordered. You can bring a written prescription to the Pharmacy or ask your doctor to phone (309-438-8713) or fax (309-438-7569) your prescription to the Pharmacy. If prescription is sent electronically, please provide the doctor with this address: 201 N. University St. Normal, IL 61790-2540.
Yes, in most cases. Call the ISU Pharmacy (309-438-8713) with the name of the medication, along with the name and phone number of your home pharmacy, to have your prescription transferred.
Yes, if the prescription is a refill. If you have a written prescription from your doctor, even if it is medication you have taken previously, you must present the written prescription to the Pharmacy before it can be filled.
Yes. The Pharmacy carries thermometers, Bandaids, cold medications, vaporizers and more. Click here to view a list of Over-The-Counter items.
Once you leave ISU, you can refill prescriptions already on file for up to 3 months. However, new prescriptions will not be accepted.
Yes. Call the pharmacy where you would like the prescription filled and provide that pharmacy with the ISU Pharmacy phone number and your prescription number if available. Your pharmacy will phone the ISU Pharmacy to transfer the prescription or send us a secure message.
By entry door, there is a disposal box available to anyone desiring to discard unused or unwanted medications.