Our mission: UHS promotes and protects the health and wellness of students and the broader campus community in order to enable individuals to better achieve their educational and personal goals.
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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