Events & Programs

Winter Solstice Walk
Where: Campus Prairie Trails
When: December 21, 4-5pm

Build Your Own Trail Mix Bar
Where: Andersen Library
When: December 13, 2-4pm

Free Yoga Class
Where: UHCS 2nd Floor - Room 2028
June-August: Monday & Wednesday 12-1pm
Sept-May: Monday & Thursday 12-1pm

Free Meditation Class
Where: UHCS 2nd Floor - Room 2028
When: Tuesdays 12-1pm

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News & Updates


Flu BugStay Healthy for exams and holidays. Get your FLU VACCINE for $5 before we are out!

Students who are new to campus (Freshman and Transfers) are expected to complete an online training on interpersonal violence prevention titled "U Got This". Look for the link on your D2L page. 
The U Got This program provides education on many forms of interpersonal violence such as verbal abuse, stalking, and sexual assault. Interpersonal violence is a problem throughout our society and college campuses are no exception. While the problem on our campus is no greater than other campuses, we are committed to doing everything we can to prevent all forms of violence. Each member of our community can contribute to a culture where violence is not tolerated.
If you have questions about these programs, please email or call (262) 472-1305.

STI Direct Testing
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing is an important part of staying healthy. 1 out of 2 sexually active young adults will contract an STI before the age of 25 and most will not know it!

Starting July 8, 2016, students will be able to stop into UHCS on Friday mornings for testing. No appointments are needed and the whole process will take about 20 minutes. Please see our information page for more details.

UW-Madison confirms 2 cases of meningococcal disease B

Zika Virus Information

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