8 AM to 5 PM
Closed Saturdays from
May 21 - Aug 13
You must check-in 15 minutes before close in order to be seen.
Appointments are strongly encouraged. If you are severely ill or injured, you may be seen without an appointment. Walk-ins are seen on a first come, first serve basis.
Call: (402) 219-8050
For Medical Issues, Talk to a Nurse
For Mental Health Issues,
Talk to a Counselor
Monday-Friday - 5 PM to 7 AM
24 hours on Weekends & Holidays
Quick University Health Center Information
Why is the University Health Center your best choice for all your health & wellness needs?
High-Quality Health Care
Our staff specializes in treating college students. We offer a comfortable, non-judgmental environment.
Convenient & Affordable
Appointments are available around students' schedules. Many services are covered by UNL student fees.
We are a Preferred Provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield (all services), Aetna/Coventry (most services), and UnitedHealthcare (most services).
Mental Health Care
University Health Center Services Covered by UNL Student Fees
Comprehensive Medical Clinic: There is no charge for office visits: being seen and diagnosed by a medical provider. More details
After-Hours Nurse Advice Line: For urgent after-hours physical and mental health issues. More details
Counseling and Psychological Services: There is no charge for the first 3 sessions of individual counseling and no charge for many support and therapy groups. More details
Nutrition Counseling: There is no charge for the first session of Nutrition Counseling. More details
HIV Testing: There is no charge for HIV testing. More details
Flu Shots: There is no charge for annual flu shots. More details
Education and Outreach: All students are encouraged to participate in a variety of health & wellness activities. More details
Information for New Patients
Bring Your NCard and Your Insurance Card
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