Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
Time spent volunteering on campus or in the community can impact students’ overall mental and emotional health, a 2015 study shows.
Prevention staff at University Health Services (UHS) understand the challenges that face first-year students, and use online programming, in addition to other educational tools, to teach students how to respond to difficult situations, including high-risk drinking, sexual assault and dating violence, and mental health crises.
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, most Badgers know that there are certain jokes that cross the line. Regardless, many of us still go along with the sexist, homophobic, gender-based, or otherwise derogatory jokes that people around us make, most often for reasons of social preservation. While it is important to know how to intervene and […]
To the students of UW-Madison: In the spring of 2015, Madison and our campus community struggled to understand the tragic shooting of Tony Robinson in the context of the killing of many young, black lives across our nation. Racism and its effects are issues that affect many communities across the country and UW-Madison is not […]
Time spent volunteering on campus or in the community can impact students’ overall mental and emotional health, a 2015 study shows. The study found that students who volunteered up to 10 hours each week were less likely to feel depressed than students who did not volunteer. The same study found that students who were employed […]