Campus COVID-19 Updates
The University of Arkansas is working closely with public health officials to respond to the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
Get the latest campus news and updates reagding this global helath crisis.
CAPS COVID-19 Updates
CAPS is making every effort to ensure essential mental health services are available for students.
24-hour emergency services are available by phone at 479-575-5275. Get information and updates about mental health services.
COVID-19 & Your Mental Health
The COVID-19 outbreak can understandably affect a person’s mental health, even for those who haven’t been exposed to the disease.
Here are some tips to help manage anxiety & maintain a positive outlook while we work to stop the spread.
Programs & Resources
Students can sign-up for wellness coaching provided by certified wellness coaches. Wellness coaches will help identify strengths and plan specific changes to improve lifestyle behaviors so students live well in a conscious way.
Nurse Triage Phone Line
Not sure if you need to come to the health center? Our triage nurses can assess problems over the phone, help you avoid more costly medical care and same-day appointments. Call 479-575-4451 to speak with a Triage Nurse.
Walk-In STD Testing
To help battle the alarming and rising trends of STIs, the health center offers a “Get Yourself Tested” (GYT) walk-in testing clinic for chlamydia and gonorrhea — the two most common STIs among college students.
Sexual Assault Resources & Information
If you have experienced sexual assault, rape or relationship violence, resources are available to help you learn about your options for care, support and reporting regardless of when it happened.