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International Student Resources


OU Health Services welcomes all international students to the University of Oklahoma. We want you to know that we are happy to serve as your healthcare on campus and while in the United States. We know that accessing healthcare abroad can be overwhelming. On this page are a few of the most common topics international students have questions about when accessing healthcare on campus.

Student Health Plan

The University offers a health insurance plan for students. This may be an excellent option for students who may not have insurance coverage or whose out-of-state insurance only covers emergency visits in the Norman area.

OUHS is the primary service provider of the plan, but we are not the plan administrators. This means we can’t always tell you if your charges are covered by the SHP or how much your out-of-pocket costs will be. However, most students have little to no out-of-pocket expenses with visits at Goddard Health Center (benefit coverage does change when receiving care outside of Goddard). More information about benefit coverage can be found here and the cost of the student health plan can be found here.

Tuberculosis and Immunization

The University of Oklahoma policy requires students who meet any of the following criteria below to provide evidence of having been tested for Tuberculosis within six months prior to attending classes for the first time. For employee TB requirements, visit this link.

Who Must Comply:

  • Students currently holding a visa from U.S. Immigration Service
  • A U.S. student who has resided outside the U.S. for more than 8 weeks continuously prior to enrollment
  • Students with a health or medical condition that suppresses the immune system
  • Students with known exposure to someone with active tuberculosis disease

To Comply with the Policy (choose one):

  • Provide a medical record from a physician, clinic or hospital indicating a negative test for Tuberculosis Disease in the 6 months prior to enrollment OR
  • Provide documentation of a negative chest x-ray in the 6 months prior to enrollment OR
  • Provide a medical record indicating successful treatment of Tuberculosis disease OR
  • Receive a TB blood test at OU Health Services

To schedule an appointment for a TB test, call 405-325-4441.

Please send compliance form and all appropriate documentation to:

The University of Oklahoma
Immunization Office
620 Elm Ave.
Norman, OK 73019-3146

The compliance form and documents may also be emailed to or faxed
to 405-325-7542.

Do you need to make an appointment

for a Tuberculosis Test?

1.     Go to Health Connection:  

     o   If you have an account, log in. Skip to step 2.

     o   If you are a new user, click register. After you are registered, skip to step 2.       

Troubleshooting (click here for help registering)

  • if you get an error that an account already exists, reset your password.
  • If you get an error that we have no record of you in our database, please call (405) 325-4441 so that we may set up an account for you.
  • To get your username or password reset: click Login, use the reset password link. You will receive an email that contains your set username and a link to create a new password. 

If you do not receive an email within an hour of resetting your password or registering, call the appointment line for assistance (405) 325-4441     

2.    Once you are logged in, use the Appointment Tab to schedule your appointment. After scheduling, you will be directed to complete your online paperwork. If you have never been seen as a patient at Goddard Health Center, you will have 4 forms to complete. 

3.     Click on the Forms Tab or follow the link provided when you scheduled the appointment.

  • Communication Preference
  • Consent for Treatment, Payment and Operations
  • Acknowledgment of Receipt of NPP
  • TB screening, Self- Scheduled

*If these forms are listed as ‘Completed’ they do not need to be resubmitted

 Finished!  You are done once you have submitted all your forms. 

When you arrive for your appointment, please enter through front doors on the East Side of the building. Don't forget you rmask!



Oklahoma Statutes, Title 70 sec. 3244 requires that all students who enroll as a full-time or part-time student in an Oklahoma public or private postsecondary institution provide documentation of vaccinations against Hepatitis B (three doses) and measles, mumps and rubella (MMR - two doses).

See the attached Certification of Compliance for details regarding this Oklahoma law. If you have trouble opening the link, right-click and open in a new window.

Do you need to receive an MMR or Hepatitis B injection?
To make an appointment, call (405) 325-4441 and press option (1) for clinic appointments.

Hepatitis B Vaccine Information

MMR Vaccine Information

Language Translation Services

OU Health Services is happy to provide over-the-phone interpretation of over 200 languages for patients during their appointment. Additionally, patients can receive video remote interpreting of several languages, including American Sign Language. See the links below for available languages. 

Language Translation