Southwestern University Health Center provides excellent medical services that promote physical and mental health, support academic success, and foster a healthy campus community. We recognize each student encounter as an opportunity for health promotion and education. We are committed to providing high quality services that are confidential, respectful, accessible, and support the holistic wellness of the individual.
For Emergencies call 911
or the SU Police at 512-863-1944
The Health Center is here to serve you, please call us at 512-863-1252 with any questions. If this is a medical emergency, call 911.
Health Records for New Students
All new students must submit their Health Records via our Patient Portal. Records must include:
- Meningitis vaccine (MenACWY-Meningococcal conjugate)*
- COVID-19 vaccine**
- TB test result (completed within the past 12 months)
- immunization records
*Meningitis vaccine is not required for students 22 years of age or older by the first day of the start of the semester. MenB is also recommended but not required. Affidavit exemption request: https://co-request.dshs.texas.gov/
**You are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks (14 days) after your dose of an accepted single-dose vaccine OR 2 weeks (14 days) after your second dose of an accepted 2-dose series. Boosters are recommended but not required at this time. Notarized exemption request: https://www.southwestern.edu/live/files/9620-comvaccineexempt2021p1pdf
COVID-19 vaccinations are required for all students prior to their arrival on campus. Exceptions may be made for those who qualify for an exemption.
COVID-19 mRNA vaccines (Moderna and Pfizer) may cause false negative TB test results. If you are getting your COVID-19 vaccine this summer, be sure to get your TB test before or on the same day as your first dose of the vaccine, or wait 4 weeks after the second vaccine dose to get your TB test. The COVID-19 vaccine takes priority, so if you are not able to get your TB test before you arrive on campus, we will perform your TB test at the SU Health Center when you are eligible.
What do I do if I have symptoms of COVID-19?
If you have symptoms, please test yourself. We accept any positive result - home test, Antigen test, PCR test or other. To report a positive result, please send in a pic of your positive test to email@example.com.
Symptoms of COVID-19 can vary, but may include:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath/ difficulty breathing
- Decrease sense of smell or taste
- Unexplained diarrhea
- Unexplained headache
- Muscle aches/ body aches
- Unexplained fatigue/ tiredness
- Nausea or vomiting
- Nasal congestion or runny nose
- Sore throat
If you think you might have symptoms of COVID-19, call the Health Center at 512-863-1252. .
In addition to the Health Center, there are many nearby locations that offer testing. Other testing centers may include:
What do I do if I test positive for COVID-19?
See our COVID-19 Instructions page
Student Health Insurance Waiver
Health Center Appointments
The Health Center is open Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. Appointments are scheduled by calling the SU Health Center.
SU Health Center (512) 863-1252
Please bring your most current health insurance card to every Health Center appointment. While the Health Center does charge private insurance, students will not be charged a co-pay or billed for Health Center services not covered by their insurance. Lab testing will be sent to Clinical Pathology Laboratories (CPL) and will be billed separately.
After Hours and Weekend Resources
*You should always check with your insurance plan to find in-network providers
Nearby Hospitals/Emergency Rooms
Family Emergency Room
1210 W. University Ave.
St. David’s Georgetown Hospital
2000 Scenic Drive
Scott & White Medical Center-Round Rock
300 University Blvd.
Family Medical Center
908 Rockmoor Dr.
M-F: 8 to 6pm
Sat: 9 to 12pm
Next Care Urgent Clinic
900 N. Austin Ave. Suite 105
M-F: 8am to 8pm
Sat/Sun: 8am to 4pm
CVS Minute Clinic
4426 Williams Dr.
M-F: 8:30 to 7:30 pm
Sat: 9 to 5:30pm
Sun: 10 to 5:30 pm