UWC Vaccination clinic opportunities:

                                 

IMPortant covid-19 information:


  • Have you been notified by a close family member or friend that they have COVID-19?

       First, please be diligent in wearing your mask.


  • Do you have COVID symptoms and recent close contact with a positive COVID individual?

      Regardless of your vaccination status, if you have COVID symptoms (fever, new dry cough, loss of taste or smell, congestion, sore throat) please contact University Health Service at 598-1270. Please inform us if you have a known close contact (6 ft away for 15 mins or more) to someone who has recently tested positive for COVID19 so that we may appropriately triage your visit. You will have an appointment with a clinician and have a diagnostic test performed.


  • Are you a close contact to a positive COVID individual but do not have symptoms?

       If you have no symptoms but are concerned that you are a close contact of a positive COVID individual and have not yet been contacted by Public Health, please call Public Health at 598-1010 or 598-1480. A University contact tracer will talk with you and determine if you fit the criteria for COVID-19 testing. Public Health is working diligently to contact trace individuals from each positive test result received from the lab. This process takes some time, but they should be in touch with you within the same day. Please leave a message if you do not reach them.


**If you receive a call from 598-1010 or from 598-1480 please answer your phone as a University Public Health officer is trying to reach you. For convenience, you may want to add this number to your contacts.**

 

Many thanks and stay well,
Your University Health Service and Public Health staff

 

Your guide to flourishing on campus


The University Wellness Center is a campus resource that offers integrated and holistic health care, comprehensive wellness outreach, and peer health education for students. We are composed of Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Service, and Wellness Outreach.

HOURS OF OPERATION:

The Wellness Center Office is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is closed during the noon hour for lunch.

Please note that we are able to see current students, only; this does not include recent graduates.

Phone: 931.598.1270
Fax: 833.642.0898
604 University Ave, Sewanee, TN 37383-1000
uwc@sewanee.edu

AFTER HOURS RESOURCES:

See our Crisis Services and ProtoCall for Sewanee pages

Clinic: Mountain Medical in Monteagle, TN (Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

Area Urgent Care clinics:  Complete Express Care and Fast Pace Urgent Care

Southern Tennessee Regional Medical Center Hospital Emergency Room

Your Sewanee Student Patient Portal!

Get messages from your UWC providers, book web appointments, and more! All through your portal!

There's a lot going on at the UWC! To keep up to date, check out our Facebook!

A HOME FOR FLOURISHING

THE UNIVERSITY WELLNESS COMMONS

Resources

Emergency Resources

Here are some quick resources if you're experiencing a crisis. Click for on-campus assistance, the LiveSafe App, or the 24/7 Crisis text hotline.

New Student Requirements

All students at Sewanee are required to meet certain public health standards - for your protection, the protection of your classmates, and of the Sewanee campus community. These requirements are due before your arrival on campus. This page is designed to help you meet each of those health prerequisites in a timely manner and to answer some questions you might have. Please be aware that this information is for incoming undergraduate students only.

Video Library

Check out the Wellness Center's library of videos. From instructional videos to UWC sponsored talks, these videos provide both educational materials and uplifting resources.

Local Healthcare Providers

Where to find a local dentist, nutritionist, optometrist/ophthalmologist, psychiatrist, or therapist?

Graduate Student Info

If you are an incoming graduate student, please see our Graduate Student Information page for your requirements.

FAQS

General FAQ

The mission of the University Wellness Center at Sewanee is to promote and enhance the health and well-being of Sewanee students, within an integrative healthcare model, by providing comprehensive and excellent medical services, behavioral health and counseling services, and wellness promotion to the student body. Click on the link to see a list of our frequently asked questions.

UWC Covid-19 Resources

Here is a brief video from our UWC for faculty, staff, friendship families, and mentors.

Watch video