Information about coronavirus COVID-19

If you think or know you are a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19, you are at risk of developing infection. For the next 14 days, stay home: do not interact with others! Self-report as a close contact and you will receive more info. Testing negative now will not reduce the duration of your quarantine: there is no need to get tested unless you develop symptoms of infection. If you develop symptoms, seek assistance through the virtual hub. If you have questions about IU's COVID-19 response call 812-855-4848.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): What you need to know


Special notice

The Student Health Center medical clinic at 10th and Jordan is open. Several of our services have been suspended and new ones, including virtual visits and pharmacy home delivery, are now being offered. 

Your medical team. Your counselor. Your pharmacy. Your health coach. Your Health Center.

You’re a busy college student—you don’t have time to be sick.

At the Student Health Center, you can get treated, get better, and get back to your life. We specialize in caring for college-aged patients like you. We know you’re starting to make your own choices about your health, and you don’t have a lot of time to spend waiting to see a doctor.

Let us help.

We offer medical, wellness, and mental health services; a lab; a pharmacy; an eye clinic; X-rays; and more.

IUB-wide Flu Shot Clinics are coming in early October, more details to come soon.

The Health Center is CLOSED

Today’s hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for medical clinic virtual visits only.

Schedule an appointment online

Can’t schedule online?

If you’re unable to find your visit reason in the online scheduler, if you need to schedule a CAPS follow-up appointment, or if you just prefer to talk to a scheduler, give us a call.

Find a phone number

Do you identify as LGBTQ+? We’re here for you.

We know this can add additional stressors. Our Gender Affirming Care Team is here to help you.

Learn about LGBTQ+ care at the Health Center

Have you experienced sexual assault? Do you need to talk to someone?

Hands of a counselor and patient

Need a doctor’s note?

Does your professor require a doctor’s note to excuse you from class? Find out why the Student Health Center does not provide medical excuses, and learn how to explain this to your instructor.

Read our medical excuse policy