Some research indicates that college students experience stalking at higher rates than the general public and the effects on student victims can impact academic and personal success.
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Transfer students make up nearly one-quarter of each incoming UW-Madison class, and as with every transition, specific resources can help ease the process.
UHS offers a chlamydia self-screen option for female students who may not feel comfortable discussing their sexual health with a provider.
Asking for help is always challenging but students of color often face historical and cultural barriers when trying to access mental health services. The counselors at University Health Services are reaching out to minority student groups in an effort to bridge that gap.
It is important to consider how studying abroad can impact mental health. Culture shock—or cultural adjustment—describes a typical pattern of behavior and psychological changes seen in individuals adjusting to a new culture.
Anytime the temperature dips below freezing, there’s a risk for injury. However, it’s especially important to pay attention to the wind chill as this puts you at greater risk for frostbite and/or hypothermia.
Getting the first dose of vaccine against meningococcal disease B was an important step toward protecting your health and well-being. Receiving the second dose is just as critical to maintaining long-term immunity and protecting yourself from meningitis. Do you have a plan to get the second dose?
University Health Services (UHS) hired three additional staff members in 2016 to join the End Violence on Campus (EVOC) unit to expand violence prevention and survivor services.
Prepare yourself for this Wisconsin weather with the right type of clothing to maximize your warmth
Time spent volunteering on campus or in the community can impact students’ overall mental and emotional health, a 2015 study shows.