University Health Service

For New International Students

Welcome to the University of Michigan!

The U-M International Center and University Health Service work to support the health and well-being of students and the campus community.

As a new student, it is very important for you to:

  • Submit your immunization record, preferably at least 30 days before classes start
  • Learn about recommended immunizations
  • Learn how health care and wellness resources work on campus
  • Understand U-M's international student health insurance requirement (F-1 and J-1 international students only)

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

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For LGBTQ Patients

UHS works to provide affirming health and wellness services, so LGBTQ+ patients can be treated well and stay well. 

UHS Wants to Serve You

For New Students

Welcome to the University of Michigan!

University Health Service works to support the health and well-being of students and the campus community.

For this reason, it is very important for you as a new student to:

  • Submit your immunization record, preferably at least 30 days before classes start
  • Learn about recommended immunizations
  • Learn how health care and wellness resources work on campus
  • If you need health insurance, consider purchasing the U-M Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan

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

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For Current Students

Hey Wolverines, find out why UHS is one of your best campus resources:

  • Get Health Care - how to use UHS clinical services for routine health care and urgent concerns
  • What is UHS? - a brief overview of UHS
  • Most currently enrolled U-M students on the Ann Arbor campus pay the health service fee  as part of tuition, which funds clinical services at UHS and well-being services to improve campus health and wellness.

For Parents

Here's how parents can help their student make a healthy transition to college.

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For Alumni

How alumni can use UHS and other resources

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