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Student Affairs

Common Questions...

Can I get copy of my shot records? (back to top)

Yes. However, we only keep medical records for 10 years.

Can I get birth control pills there? (back to top)

Yes, we offer women's health now by appointment only.We provide a wide range of medical services including annual examinations with Pap smears. Various forms of contraception are also dispensed through our clinic. There is a $10 non-cancellation fee. Condoms are available at no charge.

Can I have an excuse for class? (back to top)

Medical excuses will not routinely be issued by Health Services for missed classes or examinations. Exceptions may be made for extended or acute illnesses or injuries that necessitate hospitalization or medical withdrawal.

Note: Please note that class absence policies- excused or unexcused- are at the discretion of the faculty member.

Do I need an appointment to be seen? (back to top)

It is best to make an appointment; however, walk-ins are permitted if time is available. Please call 931-372-3320 to schedule an appointment.

Do you file insurance? (back to top)

We file insurance that is purchased thru the university for international students only.

Do you see patients other than students? (back to top)

Yes, aside from seeing students, we now see faculty/staff.

How do I get my medication? (back to top)

We dispense most medications ordered by our practitioners. We can call prescriptions to a retail pharmacy upon request.

Is there a cost for a visit? (back to top)

No, office visits are free for students. There is an initial $20.00 office visit for faculty/staff per semester, follow-ups are free. Medicine and lab tests are at cost.

What are your office hours? (back to top)

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00 pm Central (excluding University Holidays).

What payment methods do you accept? (back to top)

We accept most major credit cards (Visa, Master Card, America Express and Discover), cash, and checks for faculty/staff payment. Student fees are charges to the student's university account.