With Spring Break a few weeks away, students should take heed to recent travel notices issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for people traveling to countries where Zika virus transmission is ongoing.
If you are concerned about a risk of exposure to Zika related to upcoming travel, contact a specialist in travel medicine. Pregnant women, or women planning to become pregnant, should consult their OB/GYN. Students planning to travel outside of the continental United States should regularly review travel notices for updates.
This is an ongoing health alert; information will be updated following guidance from the Tarrant County Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and World Health Organization.
For more information on Zika Virus, please visit our health alerts page.
February is Heart Health Awareness Month
Protect yourself and others from the flu - get a flu shot!
Flu shots are still available. $20 for self-pay; fully covered by Academic Blue.
- Information about Influenza
- Key Facts about Flu Vaccines
- Misconceptions about Seasonal Flu and Flu Vaccines
- Flu and People with Asthma
- People at High Risk of Developing Flu-Related Complications
- Is it a Cold or the Flu?
- Treating Influenza
Every spring, the International Student Organization plans the popular International Week, which includes a parade, food fair, fashion show, and more.