Health Information Forms
- MMR: 2 doses
- Hepatitis B: 3 doses
- Varicella: 2 doses
- Tdap: 1 dose within last 10 years
- Menatra or Menevo: 1 dose after 16th birthday
- Summer graduate programs: May 15
- Fall entrance: July 15
- Spring entrance: January 15
Medication and Prescriptions
Services and Accessing Care
- Cold and flu medicine
- A digital thermometer
- Pain relievers/fever reducers like Acetaminophen (Tylenol) and Ibuprofen (Advil)
- Benadryl for allergic reactions
- Antibiotic ointment
If your self-care is not enough to improve your symptoms until the Health Center reopens we have several community options available.
For an emergency:
University of Lynchburg Emergency Medical Services
Dial 5555 from any campus phone or 434.544.5555 from your cell phone.
The student EMS squad will respond promptly to any location on campus to provide First Aid and emergency care.
If you are ill and need transport to the walk-in clinic, call Security non-emergency number at 434.544.8100.
The Health Center will take signed requests by students the last week of classes every semester. Upon the student’s written request the information will be sent to the designated instructor(s), will include all dates that the student was seen in the Health Center for the current semester, and will be sent to the instructor via email before final grades are due.