On call medical and mental health services will be available. Spring eligibility has been extended through June 3.
There are several resources—some available 24/7—for students that don't require an access appointment.
Telehealth contraception visits include a 10-minute phone call with a Gynecology provider to discuss student contraceptive options.
Extreme heat and humidity are in the forecast for Madison this week. As temperatures increase, so does the possibility for heat-related illnesses. When your body isn’t able to properly cool itself, you’re at greater risk …May 11, 2022
Accreditation is a voluntary process and the campus health center improved on all compliance measures.May 3, 2022
Content Warning: Sexual harassment and sexual assault. Here are some tips to ensure all student are doing their part to help intervene and decrease the amount of potentially harmful situations on campus.April 11, 2022
If you're graduating in May, you can use UHS services until May 15, 2022.April 7, 2022
University of Wisconsin – Madison is participating in the Healthy Minds Study to better understand current students’ mental health and wellbeing.April 4, 2022
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