Learn about UHS many mental health services that are beyond counseling.
Health is not a size and all bodies deserve respect as they are.
All enrolled students are eligible for care available at UHS, but UHS is not a substitute for health insurance.
During stressful times, it’s important to continue taking care of yourself and take breaks when needed.
Limited food access, or food insecurity, can impact a student’s overall wellbeing – including their mental health and academic performance.
Losing someone to suicide creates a unique kind of grief
UHS invites students to reflect on their relationship with nicotine and explore resources on and off campus that can help them quit
Strength for Survivors will focus on strength training and is intended for student survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence across the lifespan and their allies.
Male-identifying students can get a free haircut and connect with a barber about their mental wellbeing.
Join UHS Survivor Services and Sex Out Loud to talk about modern love languages.
The new vaccine is available to all students and employees at no cost.