Discussion about campus COVID-19 transitions and how to navigate them plus Q&A with campus experts
UHS will offer the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at the Kohl Center (Gate C) on June 11. No appointment is needed.
UHS will offer COVID-19 vaccination to anyone 12 and older. You do not need to be affiliated with the university to get vaccinated on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus.
We face a daily onslaught of images showing clearly the disproportionate violence our BIPOC communities experience.
The clinics were designed to reduce the barriers some employees may confront while trying to seek vaccination
If you’re graduating in May, you can use UHS services until May 15, 2021.
Statement from UHS Director, Jake Baggot: On Monday, UW-Madison’s Public History Project will release a blog post written by History graduate student Ezra Gerard. It is titled Gay Purge: The Persecution of Homosexual Students at …
Last evening we learned of violent shootings in Georgia that killed eight people, six of them of Asian descent, and are once again disheartened by the tragic loss of lives. As we mourn the losses, we recognize the perpetuation of bias and hatred toward our Asian and Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American (APIDA) community members.
Student responses will help guide the improvement and equity of policies, programs, and services that promote health and well-being for UW–Madison students and the campus community.
UW–Madison will continue to provide vaccine as it is available and as federal and state decision-makers determine criteria for additional phases of vaccination.