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All new domestic students enrolled at least half-time, along with all international students, are required to provide proof of coverage or to purchase the UF Student Health Insurance Plan. Click here for more info.Read More
ATTENTION SPRING ADMITS: Mandatory Health Insurance Waiver deadline is Jan. 161
SHCC holiday closures, reduced hours2
SHCC releases the 13-14 Annual Report3
All new domestic students enrolled at least half-time, along with all international students, are required to provide proof of coverage or to purchase the UF Student Health Insurance Plan. Click here for more info.
Check out the SHCC Google Calendar for all holiday closures and reduced office hours during the upcoming winter break.
As we look back on this fiscal year, we will review our successes and highlight opportunities for the future.
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Visit the Infirmary Building for your FREE blood glucose test, no appointment required!
The University is coordinating with UF Student Health, UF Health and the Alachua County Health Department for local planning regarding Ebola using up-to-date guidance from state and federal health officials.
Join members of the community, patients, researchers and care providers as we celebrate, educate and share our desire to raise awareness for diabetes.