For up-to-date information on Northern Michigan University's procedures and protocols surrounding COVID-19, visit the Safe on Campus website. Please note, the NMU Health Center does not have the COVID-19 vaccine at this time, though the Marquette County Health Department does.
Refer to the list below for frequently accessed resources related to COVID-19:
The Flu shots for the 2020-21 season are in! Thank you to those that participated in the campus flu clinics. You can schedule a nurse visit to receive the flu shot by calling 906-227-2355.
Common symptoms of seasonal influenza are high fever, chills, cough, sore throat, headache, body ache, fatigue, runny nose, and occasional intestinal complaints. People who become ill will suffer mild to moderate symptoms for several days and recover fully in about a week. Most of those that become ill will not need to see a physician. However, if necessary, contact the Health Center at 906-227-2355, to make an appointment.
There is a U.P. university competition taking place and you are encouraged to anonymously report your flu shot. Thanks for protecting yourself and others from the flu.
Pharmacy: Call 906-227-1165 or 906-227-1167 with medication refill requests.
Lab Services: Call 906-227-2355 to schedule an appointment.
Allergy shots, immunizations, and other nursing services: Call 906-227-2355 to schedule an appointment.
Physician/Provider Visits: Call 906-227-2355 for appointment information and guidance.
The NMU Health Center will not provide students with medical excuses for absences from class or missed deadlines due to short term illness or injury. For more information, read our entire policy here. Communication with your instructors/work is key.
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