Campus Health

  1. When is Campus Health open?
  2. What services can I receive?
  3. How much will it cost?
  4. Do they bill my insurance/will my parents see?
  5. How do I make an appointment?
  6. What do I need to bring?
  7. What can I expect and how long will it take?
  8. How early should I arrive/how long will I stay there?
  9. Can I bring a friend?
  10. Where do I check-in?
  11. What forms will I fill out?
  12. Is there anything else I should know?
  13. How do I get what I want/need?


8:00 – 4:30 M, T, TH, F
9:00 – 4:30 W
Closed during UA holidays


What services can I receive?

UA students can receive the following:

• Counseling and Psych Services:
• General Medicine:
• Health Promotion (educational information):
• Laboratory:
• Nutrition:
• Pharmacy:
• Sports Medicine:
• Travel Clinic and Immunizations:
• STI Testing:
• Walk-In Clinic:
• Women’s Health:
• X-Ray:

How much will it cost?

Fees for services are determined by type of insurance or fee for service if not insured. Fees for services are generally lower for students than those charged in the community. Payment is accepted in cash, check, credit card or Bursar billing. Go to: to explore payment and insurance options. A fee chart with costs for fee for service and general costs in the community is provided at:
If you have questions regarding costs with your insurance, please call 621-5002.

Do they bill my insurance/what will my parents see?

Campus Health will bill your insurance directly or place the charges on your Bursar’s account which will state only that the charge is from Campus Health with no indication of type of services provided.

How do I make an appointment/what do I need to bring?

Appointments can be made online through PatientLink: PatientLink also allows students to review their account, check immunization records, send and receive secure messages with their health provider and give feedback on their visit. Students can also call (520) 621-9202 or the general Campus Health phone number (520) 621-6490. For more information, check the website:

What can I expect and how long will it take?

You should arrive at least 10 minutes ahead of your appointment. While we try to minimize the wait time, the length of the wait and your visit will depend on factors such as the issue you are being seen for/provider, high volume seasons such as cold and flu season, etc.

Where do I check in?

For a general medical appointment, you will check in at triage located in the NW corner of the courtyard.

What forms will I fill out?

You will be asked to complete a health history form (medical services)/intake form (CAPS) and some initial screening instruments.

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