Nationally recognized each year, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is an opportunity to renew our campus' commitment against sexual violence, as well as recognize the community effort necessary to end sexual violence, and support those who have experienced sexual violence.
This year, the U of A is hosting events centered around three themed weeks: 1) Awareness and Understanding, 2) Healing and Support 3) Advocacy and Action.
Many Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) events address sensitive matters related to sexual and relationship violence. Please refer to Resources should you experience any difficulty with event content.
We encourage all to unite and participate in events throughout April
Spring 2021 Health Services
COVID-19 Vaccine Education, Resources & Updates
Eligible university employees and students can schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments online or by calling the health center.Schedule COVID-19 VaccinationGeneral Vaccine Information & Resources
COVID-19 Testing, Reporting, Quarantine & Health
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Single Entry Point Through the West Entrance (Parking Lot)
Temperature & Screening Requirement
All patients must have an appointment; no walk-in appointments
Waiting areas and common areas rearranged for physically distancing
Encourage virtual services whenever possible
CAPS & Wellness Programs/Classes operating virtually
Limiting the number of staff and patients within the facility at a single time, as well as primarily hold virtual meetings.
Frequent disinfecting of medical areas and public waiting areas
All water fountains are turned off with only the water bottle fill portions operational
Acceptable face masks/coverings required for staff and patients at all times. No bandanas or gaiters
Additional staff procedures and policies to enhance patient health and safety
Pat Walker Health Center will be closed on the following days:
- Jan. 16, 2021 - Saturday
- Jan. 18, 2021 - MLK Holiday
- Feb. 20, 2021 - Saturday
- March 26-28, 2021 - Spring Break
- April 3, 2021 - Saturday
- May 31, 2021 - Memorial Day
The health center will also be closed evenings and Saturdays for Spring 2021 semester.
At this time, all medical care requires an appointment; no walk-ins are allowed.
To schedule an appointment, please call 479-575-4451 or schedule online through the Patient Portal.
In-Person Appointments: Face coverings, screening questions and temperature checks are required upon entry to the building and CDC guidelines for health care facilities are followed.
For more information on medical care options, click here.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) will continue to provide students mental health care through tele-mental health services. CAPS staff will continue to offer same-day emergency services, and emergency after-hours support is available 24/7 by calling 479-575-5276.
Individual counseling sessions require an appointment, which can be made by calling 479-575-5276. Students with scheduled appointments will receive additional information about how to access tele-mental health sessions.
For more information about mental health services & programs, visit health.uark.edu/mental-health or call 479-575-5276.
The department of Wellness & Health Promotion (WHP) remains committed to enhancing the environment and community at U of A to promote lifelong behaviors and to empower the campus community to improve their quality of life and reach their highest potential.
WHP will continue to offer a variety of virtual programs this semester to encourage social distancing efforts.
Students, faculty and staff can sign-up for free TeleWellness Coaching with certified wellness coaches. To sign-up for Wellness Coaching, submit an online request form.
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.
Online Wellness Coaching
Students, faculty and staff can now sign-up for online wellness coaching.
Our certified wellness coaches will help you identify strengths and help you achieve specific changes that improve your lifestyle behaviors. Sign-up and start living well in a conscious way!
CAPS Tele-Mental Health Services
Navigating this unprecedented time can be stressful and challenging for many. CAPS is making every effort to ensure critical mental health services and resources are available for the campus community.
Get the latest updates about mental health services.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garland Garage Respiratory Illness Clinic
Feeling sick? Get care from the comfort of your car (or walk-up) at the Garland Garage Respiratory Clinic. Available for students, faculty and staff with flu or COVID-19-like symptoms only.