***Notice: Many students reported technical difficulty with uploading information on the Student Portal 4/29/2021. It seems as this issue has been resolved as we are receiving uploaded information this morning. Please try again if you were not successful before. Further concerns with the Portal, please contact the Student Health Center at 540-654-1040. Thank you for your patience.
Have you completed the COVID vaccination? Please submit the information to the SHC (see below).
NEW STUDENT PORTAL
***ATTENTION: All immunization and health history requirements for UMW students should be submitted through the Student Portal. Students for FALL enrollment need to submit by AUGUST 1st. SPRING enrollment need to submit by JANUARY 3rd.
Click on the yellow Student Portal tab on the left to register. You will need to provide information including your UMW ID (banner #) and UMW email (email@example.com).
Once in the portal, please click on:
FORMS: complete Privacy Form UMW, Health History Form, and TB Screening
UPLOADS: Scroll down to “Documents available to upload” and click on Immunization History. This will provide a form (with all required dates) that need to be completed by your health care provider. You can also scan your vaccine record on your computer and click “Choose document you are uploading” and select file. This will submit directly to the Student Health Center.
By completing these steps, this will help us better serve you through our Electronic Health Record (EHR) System.
Call us if you have any questions about the portal or submitting your forms.
Starting Spring 2021 – A toll free after-hours nurse phone line for UMW students. Just call the SHC at 540-654-1040 and press 2 to speak with a registered nurse via Fonemed. This service will be available from 5pm to 8am the next day starting 1/20/2021 when the SHC is closed.
If you have completed your COVID vaccination!
Congratulations! Please let us know if you have completed your COVID vaccination. Please click on the YELLOW TAB above and register at the student portal as directed and upload your documentation or picture of your documentation. Click on “UPLOADS” and scroll down to drop box and select COVID vaccination documentation.
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center (SHC) staff extends a big welcome to all new and returning students! There are many changes and challenges as we start the 2020-2021 school year. With healthy habits and using your SHC as a resource for your health needs, we can work together in keeping you and our campus community safe during this school year. By following guidelines of the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html) and UMW’s Return to Campus Plan (https://www.umw.edu/returntocampus/) we can make this happen together.
Although there will be NO WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS, the Health Center staff is available to address your health concerns. All appointments need to be scheduled by contacting us at 540-654-1040. After SHC business hours, you may call 540-654-1040 and speak with a Fonemed nurse. In the event of an emergency, call campus police at 540-654-4444.
Changes at the Student Health Center
The University has enhanced student health services to support COVID-19 needs, including establishing a Student Health Center satellite site at a dedicated on-campus quarantine location in Marshall Hall.
Typical health services (non-COVID-19) will be maintained and supported from the Student Health Center in Lee Hall with several changes. Visits to the center will be by appointment only. Telemedicine visits will be increasingly used (as appropriate). Students with COVID-19 symptoms will be evaluated virtually by a nurse and directed as to the time of the appointment at the satellite clinic in Marshall. This will permit the center to continue to support typical health services while also remotely directing symptomatic individuals and close contacts to quarantine space without congregation in a single space. In addition, the center in Lee Hall has modified operations, posted signage, adopted new procedures for the waiting and exam rooms. There is increased use of HEPA filtration, and enhanced disinfecting of exam rooms. The center has also moved to an electronic health records system this Fall in order to limit use of shared objects such as paper records and to support satellite services.
Health and hygiene necessities for campus life.
- First aid kit, bandaids
- Gauze, tape
- Menstrual products
- Over-the-counter (OTC) medications
- Cough/Throat Lozenges
- Ibuprofen and/or Tylenol
- Pepto Bismol
- Allergy Medication
- Hand sanitizer
- Health insurance card
- Lock box for controlled prescription medication
- Spare pair of glasses
- Disinfecting wipes
- 3-4 Washable cloth masks. (number may vary based on how often you do laundry)
PREVENT REGISTRATION HOLD