The Student Health Clinic uses criteria for students who think they have ADD or ADHD. Please read the following for more information.
Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Effective September 1, 2009 the UNI Student Health Clinic made the decision to no longer provide medical excuses for missed classes, exams, assignments or work. This practice is similar to other universities and is consistent with the recommendations of the American College Health Association.
Yes, we offer testing for a variety of sexually transmitted diseases and infections, including free chlamydia and gonorrhea screening.
Yes, the Student Health Clinic has "real" health care providers who are licensed and board certified physicians, physician assistants, and a nurse practitioner.
In general, there is no charge for most services provided at Student Health Clinic by staff physicians, physician assistants, psychiatrist and nurses. Students who are taking five credits or more will be assessed the Mandatory Health Fee. The MHF provides individualized visits with our health care providers at no additional fee.
No. All currently enrolled students are eligible to be seen at the UNI Student Health Clinic.
We recommend you call 319-273-2009 to make an appointment. The UNI Student Health Clinic reserves 70% of its appointments for same-day urgent illness and injury.