University Health Service

UHS is your campus health and wellness resource, offering comprehensive clinical services plus support for your well-being. And most services are free for currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus). 

Animals at UHS

At UHS, we recognize that service animals help people with disabilities to fully participate in everyday life, and that other animals can provide joy, help and support. At the same time, UHS needs to minimize potential risks and ensure the health, safety and comfort of our patients, visitors and staff. 

service dog laying on grass wearing a vest


Considering a visit to UHS? Learn how to visit and hours.

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Leadership: Dr. Robert Ernst

Dr. Robert Ernst is both Executive Director of University Health Service and Associate Vice President for Health and Wellness in Student Life. 

Robert Ernst, MD

Get Involved

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Here's how you can get involved with UHS, learn new skills, and practice leadership. 

U-M President Schlissel and UHS/Wolverine Wellness Students at Escapade

We Start by Believing

UHS has adopted Start by Believing, a public awareness campaign designed to improve response to sexual assault in our communities.

UHS staff support Start by Believing