COVID-19 Campus Updates and Resources: Wearing a face mask and practicing physical distancing are required. Visit our Stay Healthy, Stay Safe. Navigating COVID-19 Together website for more information.

Beginning November 16, most lecture-based classes are moved to an online format through the end of the semester. See full announcement

Attention MET Transit riders: MET Transit has made some adjustments to Route 10 Hawkeye due to COVID-19. In order to get a ride to or from Hawkeye Community College you will need to contact Dispatch. See full announcement.

Medical Services

Medical services are provided by a licensed Family Nurse Practitioner and RN.

Medical Services provided at the Student Health Center include:

  • Physical exams for school program requirements and/or employment.
  • Evaluation and treatment for minor illnesses such as sore throat, ear infection, rash, etc.
  • Allergy injections.
  • Medication assistance and referral.
  • Immunizations and TB (tuberculosis) testing.
  • Pregnancy testing.
  • Smoking cessation assistance.
  • Physician referral.
  • Community resource information and referral.
  • Health Topics / Self Care.

Student Health Clinic

Health Education and Services Center—left door entrance
319-296-4224
319-296-4270 (fax)
Email us

Regular Hours — Fall 2020

Hours subject to change depending on staff availability.

Monday 8:30am–4:00pm
Tuesday

8:30am–6:00pm

Wednesday 8:30am–4:00pm
Thursday 8:30am–4:00pm
Friday 8:30am–1:00pm

Please call or email to schedule an appointment.

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

After hours options

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 COVID-19. To connect with a masters-level counselor, call 1-800-464-6056.

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