The Student Health Center is your medical home at the University of Alabama.

Hours of Operation (Fall/Spring):

Monday - Thursday 8am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday 1pm - 4pm
Note: Closed gamedays. Monday - Thursday from 5 pm to 8 pm is for urgent care only due to more limited staff coverage.

Hours of Operation (Interim/Summer):

Monday - Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Phone Numbers:

Appointments (205) 348-2778
Pharmacy (205) 348-6276
Other Calls (205) 348-6262

SHC Closed this Weekend

The Student Health Center and Pharmacy will be closed this Weekend due to the A Day game on Saturday (Roll Tide!) and Easter Sunday. We will resume our regulart hours of care Monday morning at 8 am.

News from Student Health

UA Matters: How to Lose Weight in a Healthy Way

Posted on December 16, 2013

Losing weight tends to be a popular New Year’s resolution or goal. But there is definitely a right way and a wrong way to go about achieving that goal. The University of Alabama Student Health Center’s Sheena Quizon Gregg shares a few tips on how shake loose those extra pounds in a healthy way.

SHC and Pharmacy to close for winter break

Posted on December 12, 2013

The Student Health Center and the SHC Pharmacy will be closed for the winter break from Saturday, Dec. 21, through Wednesday, Jan. 1. Limited hours of operation will resume Thursday, Jan 2.  All prescriptions must be picked up from the SHC Pharmacy by Friday, Dec. 20.  During this time, for urgent care needs only, students […]

Tips for Buying Healthy Food on a Budget

Posted on November 11, 2013

Healthy eating is something many strive to achieve, but oftentimes the grocery bill tends to get in the way. The University of Alabama Student Health Center’s Sheena Quizon Gregg offers suggestions on how you can still buy nutritious food, but stay within your budget.

SHC dietician talks gluten-free common misconceptions, dining options on campus

Posted on November 6, 2013

Sheena Gregg, assistant director of health education at the Student Health Center, said many view eating gluten-free as a way to reduce their intake of refined carbohydrates and subsequently lose weight. However, they do not realize many gluten-free products are actually higher in calories, fat and sugar.