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Student Health Services provides health care services and wellness programs for currently enrolled students. Our services include:

  • General Medical Care

  • Immunizations

  • Routine medical laboratory testing

  • Health Education


Make an appointment online via the Patient Portal. Your UTSA ID card is required for all visits.


Patients are responsible for costs associated with medical services, prescriptions, lab work, immunizations, some procedures and materials for programs.

Itemized charges may be reviewed with nurse or provider at the time of visit.

Eligibility for Services

All currently registered students at UTSA are eligible to receive services at Student Health Services.

For Information about accepted insurances, please call 210-458-4142.


For students enrolled at UTSA, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student “education records.” At UTSA, “education records” are records that contain information directly related to a student and are maintained by UTSA or by a party acting for UTSA. At the same time, records created and/or maintained by Student Health Services of enrolled students at the time of service are “Treatment Records,” pursuant to FERPA.* Treatment record are maintained in a secure setting under FERPA and state laws. All patient visits are private and confidential. Subject to statutory exceptions, Treatment Records are not shared with anyone, unless we have a written consent from you.

After Hours

If medical attention is needed after clinic hours, please refer to the Resources link for Urgent Care, hospitals and Emergency Room locations.

Medical Emergencies

For emergencies on campus or in residence halls, call (210) 458-4911 or 4911 from a UTSA system phone. If there is an off campus emergency, call 911. The UTSA Police are first responders to emergency situations and will provide immediate assistance.

For Students Participating or Volunteering in the Laboratory Animal Resource Center Program (“LARC”):

If you are enrolled in educational research programs that involve working directly or indirectly with (1) live animal research, unfixed animal tissues or wastes; (2) non-human primates with potentially infectious diseases, their blood unfixed tissues or wastes; (3) pathogenic organisms or (4) carcinogenic chemicals (cancer inducing drugs) toxins or other non-biological materials identified based on risk, then you are required to enroll in the UTSA Student/Volunteer Medical Surveillance Initiative (SMSI) program offered through the UTSA Occupational Health and Wellness Center. The SMSI program is not offered through Student Health Services. For further information or to schedule a SMSI assessment, you may contact the UTSA Occupational Health and Wellness Center by telephone (210-458-5304) or email The Occupational Health and Wellness Center is located at UTSA’s Bauerle Road Garage, Suite 1.102 on the ground floor.

* Medical records of individuals who are not or were not enrolled at UTSA at the time of service are subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as amended by the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, and the Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Regulations at 45 CFR §§ 160 and 164 (hereinafter collectively, “HIPAA”) and subject to 45 CFR Parts 160 and 164 (“the HIPAA Administrative Simplification Regulations”);.