Even through the COVID-19 pandemic, our providers are still here for you via telephone, video, or in-person. Please call 262-472-1305 to make a health appointment.
Our staff specializes in the unique needs of college students. For more information about appointments and services, see services available. As long as you are an enrolled student at UW-Whitewater, counseling is 100% FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
Call 262-472-1305 or stop in the second floor of the Ambrose Health Center between 8 and 4:30pm, Monday - Friday. We do offer evening appointments on Thursday, appointment calls will only be taken M-F, 8-4:30. Alternatively, you may email us and we will call you. For urgent concerns, there is a counselor available without appointment for crisis intervention when Ambrose Health Center is open. Community providers are available for all after-hours care, including the nearest emergency room, urgent care clinics, and more.
All students currently enrolled in UW-Whitewater classes are eligible for services. During the summer, students who are not enrolled in summer session or students who have graduated in the spring can choose to pay a one-time fee to continue services at UHCS. Students who are enrolled in summer session can receive services for no additional fee.
We have licensed psychologists, counselors, and interns who strive everyday to provide a safe, supportive, and helpful atmosphere to address the psychological, personal, and academic well being of our students. We offer services that range from treating depression, body image concerns, low-self esteem, alcohol and other drug abuse, suicidal ideation, anxiety issues, family, friend, roommate or dating concerns, grief and loss, time management, sexual assault/abuse, and just about anything else that is important to you. We welcome and respect students of all racial, ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic, sexual orientation, gender, spiritual belief, ability, and age groups. For more information on our staff, please see our Meet Our Staff page.
Have any specific health questions or concerns? Please see our Wellness A-Z page for a comprehensive list of common health concerns, or visit our FAQ page.