Students, faculty, staff, and teaching assistants are essential when it comes to preventing suicide and promoting help-seeking behaviors among their peers. UHS offers consultation with concerned third parties.
Welcome to UW-Madison!
Greetings from the heart of campus here on East Campus Mall. University Health Services—or UHS—is available to students at no cost while enrolled at UW-Madison. UHS supports our diverse and energetic campus community and helps students reach their highest potential and engage in behaviors that encourage healthy choices and community development.
UHS is one of the top college health services in the country and our providers specialize in the health and well-being of college students so that you, and your peers, may thrive both academically and personally during your time at UW-Madison.
Our medical services include a primary care clinic and specialty clinics for allergies and immunizations, women’s health and sexual health. Our providers regularly address concerns relating to colds and the flu, stressors, injuries, and gynecologic care as well provide health consultations for international travel. No-cost flu shots begin September 26. Check the website for more details.
We offer an array of mental health services—including individual and group counseling, informal drop-in opportunities, crisis support, and psychiatric medication management. Our mental health providers also hold open hours every day at locations across campus, through our Let’s Talk program. New this semester, Mental Health Services will be open on Monday and Tuesday until 7 p.m. when classes are in session.
In addition to our high-quality clinical care, UHS prevention programs help students make informed decisions about their health and well-being. While you may never need to visit our clinic for an appointment, UHS interacts with all students through prevention programs designed to foster a healthy and safe campus environment, including AlcoholEdu, U Got This!, and GetWIse.