Limited food access, or food insecurity, can impact a student’s overall wellbeing – including their mental health and academic performance.
The updated information on hybrid services for UW-Madison at UHS Mental Health Services (MHS).
Whether you participate in campus-sponsored events or attend gatherings with friends to celebrate “Hallo-week,” here are some tips to ensure this festive, spooky season is fun and safe for everyone.
University Health Services strives to create services that align with our commitment of promoting, protecting, and restoring the health and well-being of the entire community.
UHS recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month and brings attention to the important work happening all year round across campus to support student survivors and prevent sexual violence.
Survivor Services supports student survivors of sexual assault through coordinated medical, mental health, and advocacy services.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is partnering with Wisconsin Voices for Recovery through the Nalox-ZONE Program to provide free access to Nalox-ZONE boxes for students living in University Housing.
Throughout the year, UHS and campus colleagues continue the work around preventing suicide and supporting student mental health.
University Health Services (UHS) is here to support your health and wellbeing in many ways.
UHS was previously recognized by Princeton Review as the best college health service in 2016, 2017, and 2018.