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It's the last wellness day of the year - make it count! Grab a friend to explore the triangle area or do something else that makes you feel good. Use this day for you!

Tell your friends! J&J vaccines are available on campus.

Appointments are available for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at the Carolina Student Vaccination Clinic beginning Wednesday, April 7. SHARE WITH YOUR UNVACCINATED FRIENDS!

To make an appointment:

  • Visit StudentCOVIDVax.unc.edu

  • Sign in with your ONYEN

  • Select both weeks to see all dates with available appointments.

    Vaccine appointments are available Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and other weekdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

  • Choose an appointment time that works for your schedule.

The student vaccine appointments are offered on the ground floor of the Carolina Union. Parking is available on Stadium Drive and in Rams Head Parking Deck. Please bring your insurance card to the appointment and pre-register in the NC COVID Vaccine Management System once you receive an email from them.

We encourage all members of our campus community to be vaccinated, as the vaccines are safe and effective! Getting vaccinated helps us all – to stem the spread of the virus and return to more normal campus operations. We know some students have reservations about the vaccine for many reasons. If you have questions about vaccine safety,

Healthy Haps:

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Tuesday 4/6

Wednesday 4/7

Thursday 4/8

Friday 4/9

Saturday 4/10

Hours for Health and Wellbeing Services

UNC Student COVID Vaccination Clinic

Carolina Student Vaccination Clinic is open Wednesdays from 9am - 7pm and other weekdays from 9 am - 5 pm. Appointments are available for the single dose J&J vaccine. Select both weeks in the booking system to see all days with available appointments.

Carolina Together Testing Program sites will have regular hours this week.

Campus Health is open for in person and telehealth visits Monday - Friday 8am - 6pm. Open weekends for Same Day Care 8am - 5pm. CPhone support 24/7; the phone number becomes a nurse advice line after hours. Call for an appointment or advice: 919-966-2281.

CAPS offers 24/7 phone support at 919/966-3658. Initial screenings offered by phone 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm M-F.

Campus Rec is open for in-person workout and climbing reservations at Rams Head and the SRC.

Student Wellness provides virtual support, program requests, appointments and wellbeing interventions. Learn more at studentwellness.unc.edu.

Your questions: Answered

How can I support a friend who has experienced sexual violence?

As a friend, it can be extremely difficult to know someone you care about has experienced sexual violence. It is important to remember they have had their power and control taken away from them.

You can help them start to regain control by listening to them, asking if they would like information and options, and always respect their decisions.

There is not a set timeline for coping or healing, and it is important to provide support along the way—even weeks, months, or years later.

There is no typical or standard way someone responds to experiencing interpersonal or sexual violence. The best course of action to help someone is to ask them what they need and offer to connect them with professional support.

Try one of these suggestions to navigate how to help:

  • Seek immediate professional help if your friend or loved one displays any suicidal or self-harming behaviors or if you are worried about their emotional or physical well-being.

  • Believe your friend or loved one.

  • Let your friend or loved one make decisions about how they want to cope with their experience.

  • Manage your own emotions and take care of yourself.

  • Avoid judgment or blame you may feel towards your friend or loved one regarding any circumstances surrounding the incident.

  • Recognize your friend or loved one’s need for privacy.

  • Check-in with your friend or loved one.

To learn more, visit: Safe.unc.edu - Supporting Victims/Survivors

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