University Health Services offers high-quality medical and mental health care, as well as wellness services to all current UW-Madison students. Most services are available at no charge because students pay for UHS services with their tuition and fees.
University Health Services (UHS) is the UW-Madison student health center. For more than 100 years, our physicians, nurses, psychologists, and counselors have offered high-quality health care and wellness services that are culturally respectful, fiscally responsible, and developmentally appropriate to student needs.
The Summer Health Fee is $98 and provides access to UHS’s usual services between May 14 and August 31, 2017.
Check out our closures and modified hours for winter break
The Health Care Advisory Committee is a university shared governance committee which advises UHS.
All new students entering UW-Madison must complete an Immunization and Health History Form.
In addition to direct counseling services for students, Mental Health Services provides ongoing consultation throughout the year to faculty, advisors, and other university staff.
Most UHS funding comes from the Student Health Fee, one of the segregated fees that all students pay. That means all students are eligible to use UHS during any semester or summer that they are registered for classes at UW-Madison.
The privacy of health care information/medical records for university students that are maintained by University Health Services (UHS) is protected by a federal law, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and several state laws.
UHS Health Information Management (HIM) staff maintain student electronic health records (EHR).
UHS takes the medical and mental health record confidentiality very seriously.