University Health Service

Love your body, PULSE, Sexperteam and more. UHS

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Here's how you can get involved with UHS.

Ann Arbor Campus-Community Coalition builds bridges to address harmful alcohol use on our campus and in our community.

Body-Peace Corps is a UHS-sponsored student organization whose members are passionate about promoting positive body image and preventing eating disorders. 

MBody is a coalition of faculty, staff, students and community members who work to support the needs of a diverse population by increasing awareness and understanding of eating and body image issues at U-M.

PULSE is a student-run, UHS-sponsored group of trained health and social justice advocates who are available across campus and active in residence halls and Greek houses. 

Sexperteam is a diverse group of U-M students that educates campus communities about various aspects of sexuality. 

SmokeFree Ambassadors are trained in the U-M smokefree environment, have conversations about the smokefree policy, and promote the Great American Smokeout and 1Day Stand. For more information, contact Lena Matthias at 734-998-6222.

Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) provides a student perspective to the UHS Director, clinicians and other staff, in order to advance the quality of health care and services provided for students, while educating students about UHS. 

Student Health Insurance Committee (SHIC) provides an affordable yet comprehensive health insurance plan (including medical, vision, behavioral health and prescription coverage), in collaboration with the Central Student Government. SHIC represents students on all UM campuses.

Students for Recovery is a voluntary student organization that is sponsored by UHS. Students meet regularly to socialize as well as to plan and participate in service projects in the local community. If you are in recovery, thinking about recovery, or supportive of recovery, you are welcome to attend our meetings. For more information, see our Facebook page or contact the Collegiate Recovery Program.

Travel Abroad Health Insurance Committee serves as representatives for the U-M Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn communities in providing oversight for an affordable and comprehensive travel abroad health insurance plan.

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