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Read more about the University’s mandatory health insurance requirement for all newly admitted students – including international students – and complete the online verification process before classes begin.
Get any immunizations you need and have the form completed by a healthcare provider, then submit it ASAP to avoid registration issues.
Learn how to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic disease and promote overall health.
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X-ray images will be available more quickly with the UF Student Health Care Center’s new digital radiography X-ray machine.
The U Matter, We Care program provides the tools to assist those in distress or contact those who are trained to help.
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.