Partners In The Health And Well-Being Of Your Student

Partners In The Health And Well-Being Of Your Student

Health and well-being are key to learning and thriving in college. The mental, emotional and physical health services and tips outlined below support students in taking control of their health, reaching their full potential and succeeding at UWM and into the future.

The Student Health and Wellness Center supports student health and well-being through convenient, high quality and affordable medical, counseling, health promotion and advocacy services.

  • Our health care professionals include physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, lab techs and medical assistants. A wide range of medical services is offered, including care for common illnesses and minor injuries, physicals, immunizations, laboratory testing, pre-travel care, gender-affirming care, sexual health screenings, contraception, and more. Our dispensary offers over the counter items and select prescription medications.
  • Our mental health professionals include psychologists, social workers, and professional counselors. Counseling services include individual, couples and group therapy, medication evaluation and management, crisis response, case management, brief consultations and mental health skills workshops.
  • Our health promotion professionals offer a wide variety of prevention and skills-building programs, trainings and self-guided resources to help students proactively improve their health and contribute to a healthy campus community. Our Victim Advocate provides confidential advocacy and support to student victims/survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence and/or stalking.

For more information and regular updates about the Student Health and Wellness Center, including eligibility, costs and service delivery, visit our website, call 414-229-7429 or email The Student Health and Wellness Center is moving during the summer of 2022 to a new location:

Northwest Quadrant D, Floors 7 & 82015 E. Newport Avenue, Milwaukee

Story posted June 2, 2022