Health Resources

Health Services Center

The Health Services Center in the Donaghey Student Center on the main campus offers a variety of healthcare services. All office visits and consultations are FREE. Most medications, dressing and supplies, to take care of immediate needs, are also FREE. There is a small charge for some screenings and injections. Here is a short list of services offered:

  • Nursing assessment, and treatment of common acute illnesses, medications and referrals when needed
  • First Aid for cuts and bruises
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Prevention
  • Discount medical/dental resources
  • Free brochures and literature on health-related topics
  • TB skin testing and referral
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Prevention information and referrals
  • Student Health Insurance information, applications, and claim forms
  • Immunizations: MMR, Hepatitis A and B, Meningitis, Flu, Tetanus/Diphtheria, Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis, Gardasil, Varicella.
  • Allergy shots
  • Classroom presentations on health-related topics
  • Peer Education Program
  • Alcohol and other drug information, referrals, and risk reduction programs
  • Parking Permits for those with a disability or temporary medical conditions
  • Smoking cessation

To schedule an appointment, contact the Health Services Center at 501.569.3188.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center (Ross Hall 416) offers personal counseling for UALR students. These counselors are trained to intervene or provide support for a countless number of issues, far too many to list in any comprehensive way. While counseling might be helpful in numerous situations, there are some conditions in which we would strongly encourage you to seek counseling services:

  • You are unhappy on most days or feel a sense of hopelessness
  • You worry excessively or are constantly on edge
  • You are unable to concentrate on your schoolwork or other activities
  • You are unable to sleep at night or constantly feel tired
  • You have experienced a change in your appetite or your weight
  • You have experienced a loss (e.g., a relationship breakup, a parent’s death)
  • You have increased your use of alcohol or other drugs (including cigarettes)
  • You feel overwhelmed by what is going on in your life
  • You are having thoughts about hurting yourself or someone else

To schedule a first appointment, simply call the office at 501.569.3185.

ULifeline Network Self Assessment

Learn more about protecting your emotional health and what to do if you or a friend are struggling with mental health issues or suicide by completing a ULifeline Network Self Assessment.

Go Ask Alice

This question-and-answer site – Go Ask Alice – from Columbia University covers just about every topic imaginable related to health and mental health issues.