Today is the LAST DAY to Buy HSC Exclusive Merchandise


Get into the holiday spirit by purchasing our exclusive 2021 HSC Fort Worth merchandise! These specialty items are only available during this sale, so don’t miss out! Shop our variety of limited-time-only holiday and branded HSC items below.

All proceeds from this sale will go toward the HSC Student Assistance Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance to enrolled students who are having temporary financial hardships because of unforeseen or uncontrollable circumstances.

These items will only be available through 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 1.
On campus pick up and delivery options are available.

Follow the link to buy:

Care Team


The HSC cares about our students’ success, not only academically, but emotionally and physically as well. Because of our commitment, we provide services across campus that respond to our students’ unique needs. The HSC Care Team receives referrals and supports students experiencing personal, emotional, and/or medical concerns and is made up of representatives from various departments on campus so that a well-rounded, holistic support system is in place for the HSC community. The Care Team is designed to support students through non-clinical case management by connecting them with resources and serving as an on-campus source of support.

• Create solutions for healthier communities by assisting in promoting the health, safety, and well-being of the HSC community.

How to Refer a Student to the Care Team
The Care Team serves a centralized reporting source for any individual (students, faculty, staff, parents, etc.) who is concerned about a student and would like assistance. Referrals can be made through the Person of Concern Reporting Form found at You can select the nature of the report and identify and provide context for the concern being reported.

Care Team Contact Information
On-call phone number: 817-735-2740

In an emergency, please call:
On-campus emergency: HSC Police (817-735-2600)
Off-campus emergency: 911

Student Complaints


The Division of Student and Academic Affairs is committed to treating all students fairly and respectfully. To file a complaint, please complete the Student Complaint Form electronically. If you choose to provide your contact information, you will be contacted via phone or e-mail to confirm that the formal complaint has been received.
Information about the Student Complaint process as well as the electronic Student Complaint Form can be found at:

3-Hour Universal Design for Learning Workshop for the Health Sciences – Wednesday, December 8, from 8-11am in MET 109-111


**UPDATED Registration Link:

Universal Design for Learning Workshop for the Health Sciences

In person attendance is requested and highly encouraged. Registration is required whether you attend in person or via Zoom.

Connecting Climate Change, Mosquitoes and Community Health – FREE Webinar Wed, Dec 8, at 10am (sponsored by NNLM Region 3)


The Network of the National Library of Medicine Region 3, housed at the Gibson D. Lewis Library, would like to invite you to join us for the next session of our monthly webinar series, Health Bytes with Region 3.

This monthly 1 hour series focuses on topics of interest to clinicians, researchers, faculty, and information professionals.

Scientists use environmental data obtained from NASA satellites to create regional predictive risk models of mosquito-borne disease outbreaks. The spatial patterns of precipitation, humidity, temperature, and land cover identify the locations where disease carrying mosquitoes can thrive and transmit pathogens that cause disease. The data obtained from satellites can be enhanced with high resolution, ground-based observations made by citizen scientists participating in GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM). GMM is an international field campaign supporting citizen scientists of all ages to monitor changes in the frequency, range, and distribution of potential disease vector mosquitoes by reporting observations of potential mosquito habitats and land cover using a free mobile app. These data can be downloaded from The GLOBE Program database and analyzed to explore a variety of research questions. Join this fast-paced webinar to learn about the connection between NASA climate change science, citizen science observations, and mosquito-borne disease, including cutting edge research related to machine learning and artificial intelligence. We’ll also present several resources and opportunities relevant to library and health professionals and researchers (scientific data, databases, and scientific publications) and outreach (webinars, reference materials, multimedia, hands-on activities, and more).

Register here:

Reporting Options and Student Commendations


The HSC cares about our students’ success, not only academically, but emotionally and physically as well. The HSC also strives to provide all students with a campus environment that is conducive to academic endeavors and social and individual growth. Because of our commitment, we strive to provide services across campus that respond to our students’ unique needs. In an effort to increase opportunities to identify students of concern, a centralized reporting tool was created to capture Care Team referrals and violations of the Student Code of Conduct & Discipline reports within one online form. The Person of Concern Reporting Form can be found at: Individuals making a referral can select the nature of their report and identify and provide context for the nature of their concern. By utilizing one central referral method, opportunities are created to gather complete and thorough information in an effort to support our campus in a holistic manner. Reports of alleged Title IX/Sexual Misconduct violations can be made by filing a report at

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Emily Mire (

Additionally, the Division of Student Affairs wants to recognize and celebrate our student’s achievements. If there is a student you would like to recognize, the Student Commendation Form can be found at:

If you have any questions about reporting options or submitting a Commendation Form, please don’t hesitate to contact the Division of Student and Academic Affairs at 817-735-2505.

Thank you for playing a part in keeping our campus well and contributing to solutions for a healthier community!

Did you know that diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in American adults?


Did you know that diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in American adults?

Brought to you by the North Texas Eye Research Institute.

It’s easy to take your eyesight for granted.

Diabetes is the leading cause of vision loss in people 18–64 years old. And there are no obvious signs or symptoms. But the great news is an annual routine eye exam could prevent 95% of vision loss caused by diabetes.

Get Smart About Eye Health.
Vision loss is preventable with early detection, timely treatment and appropriate follow-up care.
Step 1
Know Your Risk for Diabetes
Step 2
Know the Warning Signs of Diabetic Eye Disease
Step 3
Take Control of Your Eye Health

For additional information visit: Eye Health | ADA (

Liquid Nitrogen/Property Control Holiday Schedules & Musical Interlude


As we prepare for the holidays, we encourage you to do the same!

The last liquid nitrogen fills, prior to the holiday break, will be done on Thursday, 12/23/2021. Please have orders in by Tuesday, 12/21/2021 at 9:00a.m.

Property Control and Surplus will not be on campus Friday, 12/24/2021, returning Monday, 1/3/2022. If you have surplus items to send down, let us know. Contact info below the musical interlude.

“We Wish You a Cleaner Office” to the tune of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”

We wish you a tidy lab space
We wish you a neater store room
We wish you a cleaner office each and every year

Our scanners we bring to search for your things
We wish you a cleaner office each and every year

Oh, bring us your broken printer
Oh, bring us a wobbly chair
Oh, bring us your stack of toner
Just move it down here

We offer our help to you and your team
We wish you a cleaner office each and every year!

**If you require assistance with Surplus, please contact the reindeer who will lighten your load, “Rudolph” Randy at

**If you have any other Property Control needs, simply email the other reindeer at Happy Holidays!

Student Food Pantry has a New Home


The HSC student food pantry has moved locations to Rm. 180 of the Student Services Center. For any questions or concerns, please contact Thank you!