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Student Health Center

All UNC students and employees are eligible to use the UNC Student Health Center and most insurance plans can be billed. Check out our services

If you have traveled and feel ill or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, coughing or shortness of breath) call the health center at 970-351-2412 for instructions before coming in.

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Cassidy Hall
1901 10th Ave.

Phone: 970-351-2412
Fax: 970-351-2427
SHCfrontdesk@unco.edu

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Community Testing

The state is launching new COVID-19 testing kiosks across the state. A community testing kiosk is located at Nottingham Field and is open Monday - Saturday from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Walk-ups are welcome, or schedule a test using the website below.

This is a State of Colorado initiative and the Student Health Center will not be able to answer your questions regarding kiosk testing.

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Student Health Center

COVID-19 Testing Form

Download, complete and email the below form to SHCfrontdesk@unco.edu if Health Center staff has instructed you to do so for your appointment.

COVID-19 Testing Form

On Campus Residential Students Mass Screening link for required testing only.

If you received an email from UNC Housing and Residential  Education instructing you to schedule a COVID screening, click the link below to schedule your appointment.

RESIDENCE HALL REQUIRED SCREENING APPOINTMENT

Free Flu Shots

Registered UNC students can get a free flu shot and a Real Bears Wear Pink t-shirt (while supplies last) beginning Tuesday, September 22. 

Just call the Student Health Center at 970-351-2412 to schedule a time to get your free vaccine in Cassidy Hall.

Be sure to wear your mask and practice social distancing when visiting the Student Health Center.

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UNC Insurance Plan

The Bear Care Plan is for students whose insurance won't cover them at the Student Health Center. This plan could be used for out of state insurance that will only cover you in your home state or it could be used for students whose insurance is out of network. You can purchase four (4) visits at the health center for $199. The Bear Care Plan will cover everything the student has done at the health center unless it is lab work that is sent to an outside lab. The Bear Care Plan never expires and you can purchase it when you need it. You don't have to purchase it in advance of your visit. For more information or to sign up, call the front desk at 970-351-2412.

When the Student Health Center is closed Family Walk-In Clinic will honor the $20.00 copay policy that you have at the Student Health Center. When we are  closed you can choose to be seen at the Family Walk-In Clinic with a $20.00 copay and everything that is done at the clinic will be covered 100%.

If you have lab work or other testing that is sent to an outside lab, this will be applied to your deductible. If you have questions, please contact Nicky Weglin at 970-351-1915 or email nicky.weglin@unco.edu

Announcements

Meningitis vaccines

Meningitis vaccines still available at no cost to anyone between the ages of 2-55.

College Health & Safety

Going to college is a time for gaining new knowledge and experiences, inside and outside the classroom.

Tips for staying safe and healthy

E-Cigarette Risks

The use of e-cigarettes is unsafe for kids, teens, and young adults.

Learn more

Know Your Status

The Student Health Center Medical Clinic in partnership with Northern Colorado Aids Project, wants to be sure  you and other UNC students "know your status" so we are offering free HIV testing/counseling. 

Free, confidential HIV testing on the second Thursday of the month. Call and schedule your appointment with Annie at 970-351-2412 (your appointment will be kept confidential, just make sure the appointment for HIV testing is with Annie).

HIV and HIPAA Privacy Rights