Student Health Services

Building 960, Student Wellness Center

Welcome to Student Health Services

Please let us know how we can help you have a healthy semester. There is no charge to be seen by one of our providers. Select one of the links to the left to get more information on a particular topic.


Mandatory Immunization Health History Form

The University of West Florida (UWF), in compliance with Florida Statute (1006.69) and Florida Board of Governors Regulations (6.001 & 6.007), requires the completed UWF Mandatory Immunization Health History Form to be submitted to UWF Student Health Services as a prerequisite to matriculation or registration.


Failure to submit immunization records in a timely manner will result in a hold being placed on your student account and you will not be able to register for classes.


Complete the UWF Mandatory Immunization Health History Form


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Flu Shots Available at SHS

2017 - 2018 Flu shots are available at UWF Student Health Services for $19

Getting an annual flu vaccine is the first and best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu. Flu vaccination can reduce flu illnesses, doctors’ visits, and missed work and school due to flu, as well as prevent flu-related hospitalizations. The more people who get vaccinated, the more people will be protected from flu, including older people, very young children, pregnant women and people with certain health conditions who are more vulnerable to serious flu complications.

Click the button for some key facts about influenza from the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Key Facts About Influenza


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Did You Get Enough Sleep Last Night?

35% of U.S. adults are not getting the recommended 7 hours of sleep each night.

Click the button for information from the CDC on what you can do to get more sleep.

Basics About Sleep

Click the button for a bedtime calculator to help identify an appropriate bedtime.

Bedtime Calculator


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Protect All the Skin You're In

Click the button for information on skin cancer from the CDC.

Skin Cancer

Use a Layered Approach

Use a layered approach for sun protection. Sunscreen works best when used with shade or clothes, and it must be re-applied every 2 hours and after swimming, sweating, or toweling off.

Most Common Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but most skin cancers can be prevented! Every year, nearly 5 million people are treated for skin cancer at a cost of more than $8 billion. There are about 76,000 new cases of and 9,000 deaths from melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

Exposure to UV Rays

Anyone, no matter their skin tone, can get skin cancer. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, from the sun or from artificial sources like tanning beds, is the most common cause of skin cancer. Wear a hat, sunglasses, and protective clothing to shield skin and use broad spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 15.

Enjoy the Outdoors

Being physically active outside is healthy and can help prevent conditions like obesity. But it's important to be sun smart when playing and working outdoors. Seek shade, especially during midday hours.


Fight mosquitoes with these simple tips!

  • Cover windows with screens
  • Shut doors
  • Drain, refresh, or cover anything around buildings that can hold water at least weekly
  • Put away outside items that are not being used
  • Cover skin with long sleeve shirt and pants
  • Use EPA approved insect repellents anytime you are outdoors

Campus Emergency: (850) 474-2911

Clinic Services may be limited during semester breaks due to provider availability.

Email is not a secure form of communication and transmission. Due to the confidential nature of health information, Student Health Services cannot respond to students via email.

Please call Student Health Services at (850) 474-2172 if you have questions related to immunizations or any other health related issues.