- Do I have to have my ID to be seen in the Clinic?
Yes. All students, faculty, and staff must bring their IDs to be seen. The only exception is if there is an emergency.
- Do I need to make an appointment at the health clinic to be seen?
We prefer students to make an appointment through phone or coming in to UHS. However, if a student walks-in and no appointments are scheduled, the student will be seen.
- Does the health clinic bill my insurance?
Yes. The student must provide proof of insurance to University Health Services before the appointment or right after. The student will be placed on hold if insurance (for those who have active insurance) is not provided. If a student does not have health insurance we will still see them. Depending on the type of services provided there might be a small fee.
- Does the health clinic take debit/credit cards?
No. We strictly take cash and checks for our services. There is an ATM in the post office on the first floor of Reynolds for you to access cash.
- I am pregnant/breastfeeding, can I be treated at clinic?
No. Any woman who is pregnant or breastfeeding will need to see her primary care provider.
- I have a health hold on my account and cannot register, drop class, or get my grades.
If you do not have the money to pay for any services you have received and fail to come pay the clinic, a holds will be placed on your account until the debt is taken care of. Also, if you have failed to either provide proof of health insurance or inform us that you do not have health insurance then your account will be placed on hold. If you are an international student the hold could be for not complying with our requirements. Simply call or email UHS to solve the issue.
- If I miss class to come to the clinic, will you write me a note?
The UHS does not issue notes to students for missing class to come to the clinic unless they are running a fever, have a documented episode of vomiting or diarrhea while at the clinic, or have had an accident requiring immediate treatment.
The clinic nurse reserves the right to issue a note at her discretion.
Students are advised to contact the appropriate professor, instructor, coach, or supervisors if they need to miss class or practice due to an illness or injury.
Students are encouraged to make mature decisions when they are too ill to attend class or practice. All decisions concerning the impact of an absence, as well as any arrangements for making up work, rest with the professors, instructors, or coaches.
- If I received my vaccinations at the clinic, how do I gain access to my records?
If you come to the clinic personally you will be given a copy, or you will need to fax the clinic a paper with the following information: Name, SS#, DOB, What you are requesting, where to send the information, and your signature.
- What are the hours and location of University Health Services clinic?
The clinic is located on the second floor of Reynolds, room 215. The hours of operation are Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
- What services are offered by the health clinic?
Some services one may expect at the clinic may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Service Price ($) Allergy Injections 3.00 Blood Sugar Check 3.00 D&D 10.00 Hemoglobin 3.00 Hepatitis Injection 35.00 Mono Test 3.00 Phenergan Inj. 5.00 Pregnancy Test 3.50 Sickle cell 13.00 Strep Test 5.00 TB test 5.00 MMR 60.00 T-Spot 57.00 Updraft 6.00 Urinalysis 5.00
- Who can be seen in the clinic?
All students, faculty, and staff are eligible for health services. Spouses of students, faculty, and staff are also available for our services.