Coach Pittman is RazorVaxxed

On-campus COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available for all University of Arkansas students, employees and spouses of students/employees at Pat Walker Health Center. The health center offers the Pfizer-BioNtech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines at no out-of-pocket cost; however, an administration fee charged to your insurance provider (if applicable).

BOOSTER UPDATE: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Friday, Nov. 19, people age 18 years and older who received Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna COVID-19 or Johnson & Johnson vaccines may now get a booster.

If you received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, you may get a booster after at least six months from when you completed your primary COVID-19 vaccination series.  If you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, boosters are reccomended two months after.

The health center offers the Pfizer-BioNtech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines at no out-of-pocket cost; however, an administration fee charged to your insurance provider (if applicable).

 

Schedule COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment        COVID-19 Response & Campus Guidelines


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Medical TeleVisits Available

A TeleVisit offers some of the same benefits of an in-person appointment — your provider can assess your symptoms, recommend a plan of care, and send a prescription to your pharmacy if needed.

Call to schedule a TeleVisit — 479-575-4451.

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Online Wellness Coaching

PWHC certified wellness coaches will help you identify your strengths and help you achieve specific changes to improve your lifestyle behaviors. 

Students, faculty and staff can now sign-up for online wellness coaching.

Sign-up and start living well in a conscious way!

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Sexual Assault Resources & Information

Sexual assault is a traumatic experience. Often individuals do not know where to turn for help. The Sexual & Relationship Violence Center offers comprehensive and confidential resources for students who have experienced sexual assault, rape or relationship violence are available.

Speak with a Victim Advocate: 479-575-4000 or survivor@uark.edu.


COVID-19 Testing & Respiratory Care

Information about COVID-19 is constantly changing. Read the latest testing, quarantine and other important health information.

Schedule COVID-19 Testing or Visit Report COVID-19 Positive

Mental Health Support & Resources

Students have several ways they can access mental health services. Read about CAPS programs and services, and view helpful groups and resources

Let's Talk: Drop-in Session Information
Togetherall: Anonymous Mental Health App