University Health Service

Yellow "Fall into Wellness" text over fall color leaves

Join us October 17, 2019 for an afternoon of well-being boosters and fall fun!


  • Hawkeye the Wellness Dog (12-2 PM)
  • Free STI testing and treatment for U-M students (see details below)
    • Free treatment for partner(s) also provided
  • Mini Wellness Coaching (see details below)
  • Free food! (Chela's taco bar while supplies last, plus cider and donuts!)

Location: Wolverine Wellness, lower level of UHS (207 Fletcher Street)

For questions or more information, contact

What will happen at drop-in testing?
We'll make sure you're registered for UHS services, you'll answer a couple screening questions with a nurse, then you'll provide a urine sample which we'll take to the lab. You'll then be notified of results just like any test at UHS, using the patient portal. This event is free to participate in. For students with a positive test result, free treatment will be provided for you and your partner(s).

What tests are being offered?
For this event, testing will be offered for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis. For other tests or for non-urine test sites (like if you need an oral or rectal test), please see STI Assessment for how to use UHS services.

Any special instructions?
To make sure the test is accurate, please refrain from urinating (peeing) for an hour before you stop by. If you have any symptoms of an STI (like painful urination, vaginal or penile discharge, genital itching, painful sex, blisters or sores, or anything else out of the ordinary), please see How to Get Health Care for more immediate assistance. Please arrive by 4:45 PM to participate in STI screening.

Whom can I contact with questions?
E-mail to be connected to a UHS health educator.

About Mini Wellness Coaching

Have you wanted to try Wellness Coaching, but want to start with a shorter chat? "Taste of Wellness Coaching" is a 30-minute opportunity to talk with a coach about your holistic well-being. Sign up for a time on the Wellness Coaching website, and walk-ins will be accepted as space allows.