Our mission: UHS promotes and protects the health and well-being of students and the broader campus community in order to enable individuals to better achieve their educational and personal goals.
Spring Break hours: UHS will close at 4:30, Mon-Fri, Feb 27-March 3. All other hours remain the same (see below for regular hours).
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.
Do you ever feel like your thoughts are racing 100 miles a minute? Or that there’s just too much going on and you can’t find time to breathe? Feeling anxious and overwhelmed may even be affecting your schoolwork and grades. If this sounds familiar, mindfulness-based practices may be for you.
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.
Read on for prevention tips and what to do if you get sick.
Feeling rotten? This page can help you determine what you have, and what to do about it.
Great news! U-M won the fall 2016 battle over MSU -- congratulations and Go Blue! Getting a flu shot every year is one of the best ways to prevent flu and protect our community. Flu shots are available at UHS, for U-M-affiliated individuals ages 10 and older, by appointment.
Planning to travel abroad? Here's how to get immunizations, prescriptions and advice that are tailored to your destination.
Vaccination is an effective means to help prevent HPV infection, and UHS can help you start or complete your vaccination series.