Covid-19 Vaccine information
The Student Health Clinic will be offering Covid-19 vaccines throughout the Spring 2022 semester on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm and Thursday mornings from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. Please call the Covid-19 phone line at (319) 273-2100 to set up an appointment. Patients must remain at the clinic for 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccine to monitor for any unexpected changes in their health or allergic reactions.
All members of the campus community are strongly encouraged to receive a vaccination against COVID-19. Vaccination is the leading prevention strategy to protect individuals from COVID-19 disease and end the COVID-19 pandemic. Current COVID-19 vaccines authorized for use in the United States are safe, effective, and widely available. Learn more about the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Student Health Clinic provides services related to psychiatric evaluation and medication management under the direction of a psychiatric provider. A liaison exists with the University of Northern Iowa’s Counseling Center for additional mental health/behavioral health services.
If a students needs to receive allergy injections we are here to help. You may receive them at the Student Health Clinic by appointment. It is the students responsibility to receive allergy injection(s) as scheduled by your allergist. Below is information you need to know.
The Student Health Clinic has a moderately complex lab that is staffed by certified Medical Technologists and is fully accredited by the nationally recognized Commission of Office Laboratory Assessment (COLA).
The Student Health Clinic Lab offers a variety of laboratory tests. All laboratory tests must be ordered by a medical provider. Laboratory orders are accepted from referring medical providers and lab results can be sent to the referring physician.
Eating disorders are not necessarily about food, but food is the tool that people with eating disorders abuse. Eating disorders have both physical and psychological symptoms. They are characterized by abnormal attitudes and feelings about food, weight and body shape, an extreme disruption in eating behaviors and weight management, and intense anxiety about body weight and size.
Staying healthy is an important part of college life. Having a regular gynecological exam is an essential aspect of responsible and preventative health care. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends yearly chlamydia screening for sexually active women under the age of 25. The CDC also recommends that women between the ages of 11 and 26 be vaccinated to prevent cervical cancer caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
These web links contain health information and should not be interpreted as personal medical advice. If you would like to learn more or are concerned about your own health issues, please call (319) 273-5161 to speak with the UNI Student Health Clinic resource nurse.
Self-Diagnosis Web Sites
The Student Health Clinic is an AAAHC accredited facility. We participate in a voluntary site survey to measure the quality of our services and performance against nationally recognized standards of The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.