Student Health Services promotes student health and fosters a University culture of healthy living. Our mission centers on the core belief that a direct connection exists between student success and well-being. We advance student health by providing accessible health care, wellness activities, and health education. In so doing, we promote the learning mission of the University. We recognize that health initiatives must reflect the diversity of our students, and that health is the responsibility of all campus and community members. Because of this, we integrate our work with that of the University community and local agencies.
Check out the many health services and educational opportunities available to you through Student Health Services.
The CDC is responding to an outbreak of a respiratory disease cause by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and has now been detected globally. This outbreak began in early December 2019 and continues to expand in scope and magnitude. Person-to-person spread is occurring at this time. Signs and symptoms of this illness include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing.
In response to COVID-19, TAMIU Student Health Services is taking appropriate precautions to protect our university community.
To ensure safety, all registered students who are in need of medical attention must call Student Health Services in order to schedule an appointment. Be advised that when you call for an appointment, you will speak with a Registered Nurse and will be asked a series of questions to better meet your needs. At this time, we are unable to accomodate any walk-ins. Students who do not have a scheduled appointment will not be admitted into Student Health.
As a reminder, the following preventive measures are recommended for all students, faculty, staff and visitors to prevent the spread of illness: