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CLICK HERE FOR UD'S COVID-19 HEALTH RESOURCES PAGE, including info on where you can get tested or get a vaccine, frequently asked questions about vaccines, tips on what to do and where to turn if you suspect you have COVID-19 or have come in contact with someone with COVID-19, how to keep yourself safe and healthy, and the latest public health guidance. 

Point-of-care COVID-19 tests are available at the Student Health Center and Premier After Hours (by appointment only - Opening Monday, August 23rd), with results available in as few as 15 minutes. 

Here when you need us, from aches to X-rays

The Student Health Center

Whether you're not feeling well (including COVID-19 symptoms), need a physical or require a vaccination, the Student Health Center is here for you. Located in Gosiger Hall, the Student Health Center is staffed by a team of board certified primary care physicians and registered nurses.

The Student Health Center's hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday during the academic year (except for University breaks and holidays). Appointments are required and must be scheduled by the student except in the case of emergencies.

To schedule an appointment, call 937-229-3131If you are experiencing symptoms of coronavirus, please first call the Student Health Center to receive guidance on next steps.  The Student Health Center is able to see matriculated students living independently from their family, including those who are not yet 18.

All University of Dayton students must have medical health insurance; International students also must submit proof of insurance on an annual basis. Please upload insurance cards through the student portal.

Students must show evidence of adequate immunizations and a screening for tuberculosis by submitting a health requirement form. (Arabic, Chinese, Spanish versions) by UPLOADING through the student portal.  

All new incoming students for Fall of 2021 are required to upload Covid-19 vaccine documentation to Team Dynamix or report they have not received vaccine at this time.

Students also can cancel appointments, upload and enter health immunization requirements and medical history, and scan their insurance card online here.

Scope of care

The University's student health center provides a comprehensive student health service, consist with our Catholic Marianist mission, including:

Health Care and student-centered education for:

  • acute care for non-emergency medical problems
  • comprehensive longitudinal care for ongoing or complicated medical issues
  • nurse phone line for students' medical questions and assessment

Collaborative support across campus for:

  • mental health 
  • health promotion 
  • evaluation and coordination of need for accommodations & other academic support services

Campus public health and communicable disease risk reduction:

  • coordination and administration of the University's health requirements 
  • coordination with Public Health-Dayton and Montgomery 

Liaison to the UD and broader community for health related issues

 Click here for extended Scope of Care and more detailed Student Health Center Services. 


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Student Health Center