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Be a leader in health advocacy. Apply for SHAB!

Published: April 24th, 2015

APPS DUE MAY 15! SHAB provides UF’s Senior VP for Health Affairs advice concerning policies and procedures of the SHCC.

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Call for student artwork purchase

Published: April 23rd, 2015

The SHCC is searching for art that can complement the recently modernized spaces and imbue them with a sense of warmth.

GAINESVILLE SUN 4/20/15: Marcia Morris: Treat student depression seriously

Published: April 21st, 2015

Different talk therapies and numerous medications are effective ways to address depression.

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Leaving for the break? Fill your prescriptions now

Published: April 20th, 2015

Don’t run out! Contact the SHCC Pharmacy to get your medications before you leave town.

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SHCC closed Tuesday, May 5, for employee training

Published: April 19th, 2015

CALL 911 IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY. Click here for non-emergency, urgent care information.

GATORZONE 3/31/15: Heady ambitions

Published: April 1st, 2015

The University of Florida is involved in a landmark concussion study in alliance with the NCAA and U.S. Department of Defense.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Speak up against rape culture

Published: March 30th, 2015

Visit STRIVE at GatorWell for information on what you can do to change the culture of violence on our campuses and in our communities.

ALLIGATOR 3/13/15: Student Health Care Center gets new, efficient X-ray machine

Published: March 13th, 2015

X-ray images will be available more quickly with the UF Student Health Care Center’s new digital radiography X-ray machine.

U Matter, We Care

U Matter, We Care is here for you

Published: February 26th, 2015

The U Matter, We Care program provides the tools to assist those in distress or contact those who are trained to help.

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Worried about measles? Learn the facts

Published: February 17th, 2015

At this time, no cases of measles have been identified on the UF campus. According to the University’s records, about 99.7 percent of the student population has received two doses of MMR vaccine or provided lab evidence of immunity.