Regular Hours, Summer 2022

Summer Hours: May 23 – July 29, 2022: Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 4:30pm, Friday 8:00am – 12:00pm

Staying Healthy

As we learn to manage COVID-19 in our lives, there are a few simple steps we can do to help keep our campus and community healthy.

  1. Get vaccinated: Vaccines are your best protection from getting sick. Vaccines are FREE and are available at the Student Health Clinic. Schedule an appointment by calling 319-296-4224.

  2. Stay at home if you are sick: If you are sick or experiencing symptoms of a fever, cough, loss of smell or taste senses, congestion, headache, or body aches — stay at home! Remember to notify your instructors to let them know you will be absent.

  3. Get Tested if Experiencing Symptoms: FREE quick tests are available at the Student Health Clinic. Schedule an appointment by calling 319-296-4224.

Guidelines for Isolation, Testing, and Masking

CDC Quarantine and Isolation Calculator

If You Test Positive, Regardless of Vaccination Status

  • Day 0: Day of test OR the first full day after your symptoms began

  • Days 1–5: Stay home and wear a mask around others

  • Days 6–10:

    • If symptom-free, return to campus and wear a mask.
    • If symptomatic, isolate at home until symptom-free.

If You Have Been Exposed to COVID-19 and Have No Symptoms

Are You Up-to-Date with Your COVID-19 Vaccines?

You are considered up-to-date with your COVID-19 vaccines if you received all recommended doses in the primary series and a booster dose when eligible.

Yes, I am up-to-date with my COVID-19 vaccines:

  • Day 0: Day of exposure
  • Days 1–10: Wear a mask around others and test after day five.

No, I am NOT up-to-date with my COVID-19 vaccines:

  • Day 0: Day of exposure
  • Days 1–5: Stay at home. Wear a mask around others. Get tested on day five.
  • Days 6–10: Wear a mask around others.

If You Tested Positive for COVID-19 in last 90 Days

If you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days, have recovered, and remain without COVID-19 symptoms:

  • Day 0: Day of exposure
  • Days 0–10: No restrictions

Close Contact

A close contact is someone who was less than 6 feet wavy from an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24 hour period

Face Masks

Masks are recommended on campus when our community has high transmission rates.

Contact Information

Student Health Clinic

Health Education and Services Center—left door entrance
319-296-4270 (fax)
Email the Student Health Clinic

Regular Hours — Spring 2022

Hours subject to change depending on staff availability.

Monday 8:30am–12:00pm


Wednesday 8:30am–12:00pm
Thursday 8:30am–12:00pm
Friday 8:30am–1:00pm

Appointments are required. Please call or email to schedule an appointment.

The Nurse Practitioner and Mental Health Counselor are also available via Tele Health.

Additional Healthcare Providers

EFR Employee and Family Resources student helpline

Employee and Family Resources Student Helpline provides 24-hour confidential telephone support for students and families to assist with stress concerns related to school, friends, family, mental health, substance abuse, and much more. To connect with a masters-level counselor, call 1-800-464-6056.

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