Survey results will help UW-Madison guide policies that best support a healthy, safe, and nondiscriminatory environment.
UHS recognized as the #10 college health service in U.S.
For the fourth consecutive year, University Health Services (UHS) was recognized as a leading college health service by The Princeton Review. The publication’s survey asked students to rate their schools on various topics, including academics, administration, student body, and themselves.
“This honor affirms our commitment to providing patient and client services, and prevention programming with respect and care. It’s our goal to support students’ health and well-being, as well as encourage healthy choices, meaningful connections, and community engagement so that students may thrive both academically and personally at UW-Madison," says Jake Baggott, Associate Vice Chancellor and Executive Director of UHS. "Individual health and wellness, and a safe and inclusive environment play an important role in the academic and personal success of our students.”
With more than 111,000 student visits in the 2018-19 academic year, UHS utilizes an integrated care model that promotes and protects the health of the campus community so that students benefit whether or not they ever receive care at UHS.
"As our services continue to expand, we're committed to serving the whole student by addressing issues of health, safety, and well-being in integrated and innovative ways," says Baggott.