University Health Service

Wolverine Wellness staff

Wolverine Wellness is the part of UHS that works across campus to support and improve student wellness.

On this page:


Well-being:  We provide information and referrals, provide early intervention, collaborate and consult, influence policy and advocate for health for the U-M campus community. Well-being infuses our work.

Community Relations: We welcome your Feedback about UHS and we can help with inquiries related to a school project or from the media. See Community Relations

Free info and resources:

  • Brochures, posters and other fun stuff, plus online information at Health Topics A-Z.
  • Tobacco Cessation Help
  • Condoms and other safer sex supplies in suite 2110 (2nd floor)
  • Sleep kits to help you get needed Zs

Individual services are available by appointment:

Planning a program? We can help you improve your program, provide materials, and even bring our programs to you. Topics include wellness, alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, and healthy eating and body image. See Programs on Wellness Topics.

Want to get involved and gain useful experience? Consider joining one of our student groups or committees. See Get Involved.

In recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, or know someone who is? Connect with the Collegiate Recovery Program.

Want to talk? Our staff  (below) are available for personal consultations or to help you strategize about Helping a Friend.

Interested in research on student health and wellness? See Research.

Our vision mission and goals: 

Vision: To support a university culture that promotes student wellness, public health and social justice.

Mission: To serve as a major campus wellness resource, nurturing a healthy campus environment and promoting wellness, better equipping our students to change the world.


  1. To promote student learning, help students make informed choices, and link wellness and social justice, using a collaborative process.
  2. To promote UHS to the campus community.
  3. To continuously improve our skills and knowledge by taking advantage of professional development opportunities, conducting needs assessments and evaluations, and making contributions to the field.
  4. To be an integral part of UHS, Student Life, and U-M.

Location, telephone and hours:

Location: Second floor (suite 2110) and fourth floor

Telephone: 734-763-1320 - see also numbers for individual staff below

Department hours Sept-April (hours may vary during semester breaks and holidays):

Mon, Tues, Wed:  8 AM – 5 PM
Thurs:  9 AM – 5 PM
Fri:  8 AM – 4:30 PM
Sat and Sun: Closed