University Health Services named #1 college health service by The Princeton Review
University Health Services topped 380 other colleges and universities around the country today when it was named Best Health Services by The Princeton Review.
The publication’s survey asked 143,000 students to rate their schools on various topics, including academics, administration, student body, and themselves. This marks the second time UHS has achieved this ranking; in 2015, the Review listed UW-Madison as the school with the fifth-best Health Services on campus.
“This award is an honor and a testament to the work our staff members do every day in their mission to serve the UW-Madison campus,” said UHS Executive Director Sarah Van Orman. “We believe good individual health and a healthy environment are critical to student success.”
For more than 100 years, UHS has offered a wide range of high quality medical, mental health, and prevention services to UW-Madison students. With more than 100,000 student visits in the 2015-16 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.
For more information, visit princetonreview.com/press/best-381-colleges.
For more information about UHS, visit uhs.wisc.edu.