The University of Michigan is committed to transforming our students’ education by extending academic excellence from the classroom into real-world experiences that develop a global purview and a creative, entrepreneurial mindset.
University Health Service (UHS) is a health and wellness resource located on the central campus of the University of Michigan.
UHS is a highly utilized campus resource, with approximately 80,000 clinical visits per year. UHS is part of Student Life but is not affiliated with the U-M Health System (hospitals and clinics).
U-M students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with UM are eligible to visit UHS. For students who are enrolled for the current semester on the Ann Arbor campus, most UHS services are covered by the health service fee, which is paid as part of tuition. See Who Can Use UHS? for eligibility to use UHS and Free or Fees for Students for coverage through the health service fee.
UHS provides ambulatory care, with no overnight stays. Through our Medical Clinics, UHS can meet most health care needs. We also offer specialized services through our:
- Allergy, Immunization and Travel Health Clinic
- Eye Care Clinic and Optical Shop
- Women's Health Clinic
- Nutrition Clinic
- Physical Therapy
- Specialty Clinics
Wolverine Wellness promotes and protects the health of the campus community.
To visit UHS, see:
- Schedule an Appointment -- Appointments are required for most medical services, although options are available for urgent concerns, including Nurse Advice by Phone, day and night, which may save a trip to UHS or the ER
- Tips for Using UHS
Our Clinical Staff are fully licensed, credentialed, and well experienced. They include more than 25 physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses.
UHS is committed to providing quality services, including protecting Confidentiality and other Patient Rights. We invite you to send Feedback about your experience.
Learn more about University Health Service!
As a pioneer program in the U.S., the University of Michigan Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) supports students in recovery while breaking down long-held stigmas around substance use and recovery across campus.
The college campus can be a very difficult environment for students who are in recovery. CRP is committed to contributing to a healthy, inclusive campus culture and supportive community. CRP creates opportunities for students to build resilience to manage the fluctuations of life, make thoughtful choices that reduce harm and promote well-being, and find meaning and purpose in their lives.
- An endowed scholarship gift of $50,000-250,000 will allow the University to support students in recovery as they pursue their education.
- CRP Students in recovery often use potential tuition funding to pay for recovery services, leaving them unable to afford college. A student shouldn’t have to make the choice between their recovery and their education. Additionally, as students in recovery are often leaving school and returning outside of the financial aid calendar, they cannot access that resource in order to continue their education.
- An endowed programmatic support gift of $50,000 - 250,000 or an annual gift of $25,000 - 50,000 would allow the University to:
- Support of program visibility and stigma reduction
- Campus wide substance free events
- Educational activities such as leadership or recovery-related conferences
- Monthly recreational and team building activities
- Weekly Student Support Meetings
- Hire a recovering student staff to assist the program manager with day-to-day operations
Learn more about the Collegiate Recovery Program.