Health Services offers on-campus appointments with Board Certified Professionals.
There is NO CHARGE for students to consult with the office staff, medical doctors, or nurse practitioners.
Appointments with a physician or practitioner may be made in person or by phone.
No appointment necessary for nurse visits and walk-ins are seen as schedules permit.
The UNO Collegiate Recovery Community hopes to build a common and safe space for students in recovery from addiction to congregate, socialize, support one another, and build academic success.
Learn more here.
Your Campus. Your Healthcare.
Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
View a list of all the services offered by UNO Health Services.
A major medical Blue Cross Blue Shield student insurance policy is available. Learn more here.
View all the pre-enrollment requirements for UNO including immunizations and other information.
Learn more about the immunizations available through Health Services and what's required by the University.
View and download forms you'll need before making a visit to the Health Services office.
Get information about your visit to Health Services and what to expect.
Know all the latest news and information concerning health issues in the area.
View some common questions to help guide you through all that Health Services has to offer.
For medical emergencies on campus, call Campus Security at 402.554.2911. The Counseling Center
is also available during an emergency situation to provide assistance at 402.554.2409.
Your fees paid at the time of registration provide you with a free consulatation or visits with office staff. This includes medical doctors and nurse practitioners. Additional fees are required for X-ray services, lab tests, and immunizations.