University Health Service

For New 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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New Student Information & Forms

Welcome, new students!

Immunization form, Consent to Treatment of a Minor form, and helpful health information are located here.

Parents of new students can also learn information here.

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Make Pharmacy part of your visit to UHS. We want to be your pharmacy of choice!

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Travel Health Services

Planning to travel abroad? Here's how to get immunizations, prescriptions and advice that are tailored to your destination and health condition. 


Concerned about Measles?

Measles is big news because of the recent outbreak that started at Disneyland in California. Measles isn't just a little rash; it can be dangerous, especially for babies and young children. It's highly contagious and spread through the air through coughing and sneezing. 


If you're concerned about measles, you'll want to know that UHS offers services to help you....

Sore Throat? Here's What to Do

Suffering with a sore throat? Here's information about self-care, recommendations for when to seek health care, and tips for using UHS services, including testing for strep.

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The risk of ebola at U-M and regionally is very low, nonetheless UHS and the U-M Health System (UMHS) are preparing.