Both clinical and wellness related appointments are available at Student Health & Wellness, located in the Westlawn building (map). Consultations are available on several wellness topics (Nutrition, Physical Activity, Stress, Tobacco, & Sexual Health) at the CRWC (map).
Routine appointments at Student Health & Wellness are scheduled for anywhere from 15 minutes to 1 hour in length depending on the patient's 'concern' (illness, injury, etc. - what you describe to the scheduling staff when you call). Your description helps the scheduling staff determine the most appropriate type and length of appointment to give you. However, even with your best description and our best guess in terms of scheduling, times can vary. Student Health & Wellness tries their best to run on time and get you in and out as quickly as possible, while providing high quality medical care and wellness services.
For more information on their services or to schedule and appointment, visit the Student Health website.
Iowa City Parks & Recreation
Take a look at all the Iowa City Recreation Division can offer you and your family this 2017 Fall Activity Guide season. The 2017 Fall Recreation Activity Guide is available online and will be available at several City facilities. Those facilities include the following locations:
- Robert A. Lee Community Recreation Center, 220 South Gilbert Street
- Mercer Aquatic Center/Scanlon Gymnasium, 2701 Bradford Drive
- Iowa City Public Library, 123 South Linn Street
- Iowa City City Hall, 410 E. Washington Street
For more information about events, facilities or programs, visit the Iowa City Parks & Recreation website.
About University Counseling Services (UCS)
The UCS has an inter-disciplinary multicultural staff of psychologists, social workers, graduate interns, practicum students, and administrative professionals. Its training and interests span a broad range of counseling approaches. Each staff member has training and experience working specifically with college students.
The mission of the University Counseling Service is to provide compassionate psychological services, outreach, and training that foster the mental health of students, nurture student success, and contribute to a safe, welcoming, and multiculturally aware campus community.
To learn more about UCS and its services, visit the website.
About Recreational Services
The Department of Recreational Services is an integral part of the Hawkeye tradition. The department promotes and coordinates campus-wide competitive and recreational activities. Events and programs enhance skills, foster life-long friendships, and teach the understanding of true sportsmanship while promoting healthy lifestyle choices. The department has a longstanding reputation for being a pioneer and leader in collegiate recreation and is well-respected locally, regionally, and within the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association. But it wasn’t until the construction of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC) in 2010 that UI’s indoor recreational facilities moved from the bottom of the Big 10 to one of the best in the country. In 2013, Best College Reviews ranked the CRWC #3 nationally in a publication outlining the 25 most amazing campus student recreation centers.
For more information on the facilities or programs, visit the website.