What can Student Health do for me?

Our clinic can provide a wide variety of services for you to support your health and success as a University of Iowa student.     

Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illness

As we head into summer, it's going to get HOT!  We are experiencing that already.  The CDC offers great tips for preventing heat-related illness.  You can enjoy the summer heat (and all the fun activities summer brings) best, if you follow some basic principles for staying safe and healthy in the sun and high temperatures. 

Social Gatherings, Safer Sex and Monkeypox

This week's newsletter from the Iowa Department of Public Health included CDC information about monkeypox, which you may have heard about. 

IMU Nurse Care to close for summer session

Although the IMU Nurse Care clinic will be closed, enrolled students can still get healthcare at the main clinic at Westlawn all summer long.

Reminder about safety and personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements while you're at Student Health

With recent changes and news about mask wearing and other safety measures, we are reinforcing our requirements at Student Health that apply to our patients, staff and visitors.

Support for members of the UI community affected by the war in Ukraine

The University of Iowa is closely following the developments in Ukraine, and is dedicated to providing services and support to faculty, staff, students, and their families affected by these events.

What to do if you test positive or are exposed to COVID-19

Call Student Health schedulers at 319-335-8394 or the Nurseline at 319-335-9704 with any questions or concerns. Email non-urgent questions to

COVID-19 Testing

Students should complete the MyChart Self-Checker to determine their risk level and appropriate next steps. 

Protection from COVID-19 Omicron Variant

With the Omicron Variant on a sharp rise in the US and on our campus, it is more important than ever to get your COVID-19 booster shot. We are seeing significant increases in COVID-19 positivity rates in our campus community.

It's not too late for a Flu Shot