Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
Faculty & staff resources
UHS has a range of services to assist UW faculty, instructional staff, advisors, student services staff, and others in their work with students, and to help support a healthy campus environment overall. Please contact us at 608-265.5600 if we can assist you.
Investigates reports of environmental concerns, such as classroom and laboratory air quality and mold in campus buildings; issues required food stand permits and food safety guidelines to registered student organizations operating temporary food stands in campus locations; performs biohazard containment testing and maintenance in research facilities.
UHS does not provide excuses for short-term absences from class or missed deadlines due to acute illness or mental health appointment. This long-standing policy helps us direct our finite resources toward patient care and reflects our respect for students’ privacy. We strongly encourage students to communicate promptly with their instructors if illness interferes with their academic work and to determine what their responsibilities are under those circumstances.
UHS coordinates the employee flu shot program offered in the fall semester. UW employees are notified by email when the clinics have been scheduled at locations around campus.
Mental Health Resources
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Occupational Health Services are dedicated to the continuous improvement of occupational health and safety by serving as a technical and professional resource for the UW-Madison campus community. Services include ergonomics, respiratory protection, blood borne pathogen training, hearing conservation, reproductive hazards, and prescription safety glasses.
UHS provides select occupational medicine services to faculty and staff who work in research settings and UW-Madison students. Working closely with Occupational Health, this program is designed for the unique biologic, chemical, and physical hazards found within the research and academic environment.
Sexual Assault, Dating Violence, and Stalking
If you are concerned about how to help a student who has disclosed a violent experience or would like to learn more about ending this type of violence on campus, contact Victim Advocacy & Violence Prevention.