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New Operating Hours and Conditions, effective April 7th, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling

As a reminder, everyone age 16 and older is now eligible to receive a vaccine in Texas. COVID-19 vaccine appointment opportunities are now available to all UTSA students through our partnership with UT Health San Antonio. Check out the COVID-19 Vaccine Information website for instructions to schedule a vaccine appointment. This website will also have information about vaccine appointment opportunities at UTSA when available.

COVID-19 Testing

For more information about where to get tested at UTSA, please click on this link: Get Tested

Clinic Locations and Patient Hours

Main Clinic

Hours of Operation:

Monday - 8:30AM - 5:00PM

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Wednesday - 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Saturday and Sunday - closed

*Telemedicine appointments are available every weekday from 12-1pm during the lunch hour and until 7pm on Mondays.

Downtown Clinic

Downtown Clinic will be closed. Main Campus clinic remains open.

Telephone and virtual consultations

Available for all students remotely, please call 210-458-4142 to schedule or go to the Patient Portal for an appointment.

Limited in-person visits

Available to all currently enrolled students. Please call 210-458-4142, option 3 to schedule.

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Important Announcements

This is a link to updated guidance from CDC on travel and recommendations before going to a destination as well as what to do upon return. You can click on each country to see the info. CDC Travel Guidelines

If you have fever and respiratory symptoms and traveled internationally or come into contact with an individual known to have the novel coronavirus, call the Student Health Services Nurse telephone triage line at 210-458-4142, menu option 3 to receive instructions before visiting UTSA Student Health Services.

Student Health Services does not have access to tests for COVID-19. Decisions to test patients who have symptoms of cough, fever, and shortness of breath will be made by a Student Health Services provider and will take into account relevant travel history, other medical conditions that increase the risk of severe COVID infection, and whether other causes for the symptoms have been excluded.

For more information, please refer to the UTSA Coronavirus Webpage.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention Information about Coronavirus

Visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's website for the most up to date information regarding Coronavirus. Click Here

Bacterial Meningitis Requirement

Bacterial meningitis documents can be submitted in person from Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; via fax at (210) 458-4151, and via email at