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View Student Health’s 2015-2016 Annual Report

Published: Oct 20th, 2016

Take a look at our past fiscal year and you’ll find some of the accomplishments and goals that are lighting the way to an exciting future.


SHCC closed for UF Homecoming Oct. 14

Published: Oct 11th, 2016

The SHCC will be closed for UF Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 14, but open Sunday, Oct. 16, from 12-4pm and Monday, Oct. 17, from 8am-5pm.


Storm Information: Hurricane Matthew – UF & SHCC CLOSURES

Published: Oct 6th, 2016

PLEASE NOTE: UF and the Student Health Care Center will be closed all day Friday, Oct. 7. The SHCC is open Sunday, Oct. 9, from 12-4pm, and opens at 8am on Monday, Oct. 10.

ALLIGATOR 10/4/16: Read the Health Affairs newletter: a message from SG health secretary

Published: Oct 5th, 2016

SG has worked and will continue to work closely with GatorWell, the Counseling and Wellness Center, the Disability Resource Center, U Matter, We Care and the Student Health Care Center and strive to make these great health-related programs on our campus the best for The Gator Nation.

ALLIGATOR 9/30/16: SG now offering free ponchos on campus for students

Published: Sep 30th, 2016

Ponchos are also available at the front desk of the SHCC’s main campus location: the Infirmary Building at 280 Fletcher Drive.

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Sexual consent: Back to the basics

Published: Sep 28th, 2016

You can’t have sex without consent, because without consent there is only sexual assault. Learn more at GatorWell Health Promotion Services!


CDC on Zika: The basics of the virus and how to protect against it

Published: Sep 22nd, 2016

Keep biting mosquitoes at bay! Visit the SHCC Pharmacy in the Infirmary Building at 280 Fletcher Drive to purchase CDC-recommended repellents.

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MRSA & staph infections: What you need to know

Published: Sep 21st, 2016

Most staph skin infections are minor and may be easily treated. Contact your healthcare provider should you notice any symptoms.

ALLIGATOR 9/20/16: Two UF students diagnosed with MRSA

Published: Sep 20th, 2016

The center offers free hand sanitizer, which may help in keeping you germ free, and [Catherine Seemann, SHCC Communications Coordinator] recommends speaking with a health care provider if symptoms are spotted.

Protecting Your Skin in The Sunshine State: Part Two

Protecting Your Skin in The Sunshine State: Part Two

Published: Sep 7th, 2016

Next to regular self-examinations, preventing sunburns is a critical way to avoid skin cancer.