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Brooks College of Health

Student Health Advisory Committee

What is Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC): 

SHAC is the university’s official committee dedicated to ensuring quality on-campus health care for students and advocating for student unique needs for health and wellness. You will be the voice of UNF student body and collaborate with clinic staff to create a campus culture that supports and prioritizes student wellbeing. 

The Mission: 

The Student Health Advisory Committee is an advisory committee to the Brooks College of Health (BCH) Student Health Services (SHS) department. Members of the committee represent the university student body and collaborate with SHS to ignite a passion for lifelong health and well-being through inclusive, high quality, evidence-based clinical care, health compliance services, and educational outreach program, supporting student retention and academic success and leading to rewarding careers.  

Benefits of Membership for you: 

  • Gain insights about healthcare in a college setting and relay student input to SHS administration 
  • Become an active member of change on campus 
  • Develop leadership and professional skills  
  • Network with fellow students and SHS staff 
  • Gain volunteer hours through working at SHS-sponsored events  
  • Enhance your resume 

Membership Requirements: 

  • Open to all currently enrolled students with two or more semesters remaining before graduation. 
  • Once accepted as a member, students may remain on the committee until graduation if they fulfill the requirements of membership. 
  • Attendance at committee meetings (two to three per semester), with no more than one excused absence per semester. 
  • Members must complete a minimum of 5 volunteer hours at SHS sponsored events. 


SHAC members meet two to three times a semester at Student Health Services Clinic. 

Apply now: 

The application period has now closed for the 2024 - 2025 school year. Please check again later for a link to apply for the next school year.

For More Information Contact: Nadine Jotz-Greene: