University Health Service

UHS is your campus health and wellness resource, offering comprehensive clinical services plus support for your well-being. And most services are free for currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus). 


Considering a visit to UHS? It's best to call ahead whenever possible. Appointments are required for most medical services, although we offer options for urgent problems including Nurse Advice by Phone, day and night. See Schedule an Appointment.

Dr. Robert Winfield is mourned

Dr. Winfield passed away on Friday, October 14, 2016. He was a compassionate and wise leader in his roles at UHS and in the university.

Dr. Robert Winfield wears go-blue shoes

Get Involved

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? UHS offers a variety of ways to get involved, learn new skills, and develop leadership. You can follow the link to learn more.

Love your body, PULSE, Sexperteam and more. UHS

We Start by Believing

UHS has adopted Start by Believing, a public awareness campaign designed to improve response to sexual assault in our communities.

Each person's reaction to a disclosure of sexual assault can be the first step in a long path toward justice and healing. But too often, survivors who have the courage to tell someone what happened are blamed for bringing it on themselves. 

Knowing how to respond is critical, so UHS staff have received training to Start by Believing.

This effort is in collaboration with:

UHS staff support Start by Believing

New Student Information & Forms

Welcome, new students!

Information about the immunization form, Consent to Treatment of a Minor form, and more is located here.

International students, check here

Parents of new students can also learn information here.


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Immunization Records

New students are expected to complete the U-M immunization form, preferably at least 30 days before classes begin, and learn about recommended immunizations. This page provides needed information. 

Important Health Information for New U-M Students

Please read this important health information from University Health Service.  

As a new student, you are expected to:

  • Complete the U-M immunization form by August 1, 2015 and learn about recommended immunizations
  • Consider purchasing the U-M Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan if you are uninsured
  • Learn how health care and wellness resources work on campus

You can access this information and more by following this link --

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