Building on efforts already in place to strongly encourage all students, faculty and staff to get vaccinated, the University of Oklahoma has joined hundreds of colleges and universities across the nation to support the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge – an initiative launched by the White House in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccines are available at OU’s on-campus clinic, Goddard Health Center. Visit https://www.ou.edu/healthservices/COVID-19/COVID-Vaccines for the latest information on vaccine availability.
To schedule a COVID-19 test at Goddard, please call 405-325-4441. If you have questions or would like to speak to a nurse before scheduling an appointment, please call the Nurse Line at 405-325-8732.
Goddard offers the convenience of an on-campus location and the commitment of a high-quality primary care staff to students and their dependents. The clinic staff consists of board-certified, licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and medical assistants offering a full spectrum of care in family medicine, sports medicine, and disease prevention and treatment. Goddard is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Please remember, to receive in-network benefits outside of Goddard, a referral is required. To obtain a referral, call 405-325-4611 and select option 6. A referral is not needed for any obstetrical, gynecological, or pediatric care.
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If you do not want the Student Health Plan, you must decline or opt-out of coverage by submitting a waiver. You may only opt-out of coverage during the following Waiver Periods:
International students are automatically enrolled in the SHP. All international students are required to maintain coverage that meets the minimum requirements of their visa and complies with the requirements of the ACA. The OU SHP meets all these requirements.
International Students may be granted a waiver from enrolling in the OU SHP for any semester that the student:
Health care coverage for International Students must meet the ACA requirements for MEC (Minimum Essential Coverage). Such Coverage must provide, at a minimum:
Note: Short-term Limited Duration plans (sometimes referred to as “travel plans”), or other similar health plans created for the purpose of providing coverage to International Students or non-immigrant visa holders, do not meet the requirements for International Students health coverage.
IMPORTANT: Please have the following documents on hand before you begin the application process.
If you answered “YES” to the above questions, please click the appropriate link to submit your waiver request.
International Claim Form - Used to submit claims for benefits for covered services received outside the United States