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Health Services

Protect yourself and others from the flu - get a flu shot!

Flu shots are now available. $20. Fully covered by Academic Blue.

Help prevent West Nile Virus (and other mosquito borne illnesses)

Remember the Four D’s:

  • Dusk and dawn are the times of day you should try to stay indoors because mosquitoes are most active;
  • Dress in long sleeves and pants when you’re outside; or use
  • DEET (an ingredient to look for in your insect repellent);
  • Drain standing water in your yard and neighborhood where mosquitoes can breed.

Facts about West Nile Virus

Facts about Chikungunya

Mosquito Facts

Information on Insect Repellent

student health insurance open enrollment: 6/1/15 - 10/1/15

Enrollment for Fall 2015 student health insurance coverage is open through October 1, 2015. Please visit for more information on coverage and how to enroll.

UT Arlington students, faculty and staff traveling from affected regions should not come directly to campus following their arrival in the U.S. Please contact the Tarrant County Health Department (TCHD) at 817-321-5350, press 1 for English, then press 5 to speak with a staff member to immediately start your 21 day monitoring process.  If you have any fever or Ebola symptoms (fever, headache, muscle pain, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain or any unexplained bleeding), isolate yourself immediately, and contact TCHD at 817-994-3708. This line is answered 24 hours a day.

UT Arlington Travel Policy Related to Regions Affected by Ebola


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Athletic access

You won’t find any barriers to athletic recreation and competition thanks to UT Arlington’s adaptive sports program.

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