New mask policy at Student Health

Starting March 8th, face masks are no longer required at Student Health, unless you are ill with respiratory symptoms. Masks are still available and encouraged especially in certain situations.

Get ready to register for classes – turn in your immunization records!

The UI requires documentation of (2) MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccines for all students, and there are more requirements for certain programs. Don't let this important step impact your ability to register for classes!

It's not too late for a Flu Vaccine

Flu vaccines are still available and recommended!

Good health contributes to your success

Establishing good health habits and addressing health concerns is really important. We are all here to help you!


There has been a recent surge of fatal overdoses due to people using drugs they were unaware contained the powerful opioid Fentanyl. While these incidents have not occurred on our campus, we want to increase awareness of this risk.

Avoid the Risk of Rabies from Bats

Bats play key roles in our ecosystems around the world. That doesn't mean you want them in your home or apartment! Learn about ways to avoid bat exposure and what to do if you have concerns.

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.