University Health Service

For New International Students

Welcome, new international students!

This page provides important health information from the U-M International Center and University Health Service.

As a new student, you are expected to:

  • Complete the U-M immunization form, preferably at least 30 days before classes begin, and learn about recommended immunizations
  • Learn how health care and wellness resources work on campus
  • Know how to get health insurance

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

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For New Students

Welcome, new students! This page provides important health information from University Health Service. 

As a new student, you are expected to:

  • Complete the U-M immunization form, preferably at least 30 days before classes begin, and learn about recommended immunizations
  • Learn how health care and wellness resources work on campus
  • If you are uninsured, consider purchasing the U-M Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan or enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace

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

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For Parents

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

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For LGBTQ

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health

We know that visiting a health care provider can be stressful for anyone, but for some of us, that feeling can be magnified because of fear of discrimination or being misunderstood.

UHS works to provide affirming health and wellness services, so you can be treated well and stay well. We continue to educate our staff, plus improve systems and communications, to better welcome and serve all students and other visitors, no matter their needs and concerns.

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For Alumni

How alumni can use UHS and other resources

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