University Health Service

Virtual Backgrounds

Ready for a change to your virtual background?

Check out the custom UHS options below. (And, yes, more options will be coming.)

  • May is Mental Health Awareness Month (3 versions to pick from)
  • UHS Virtual Quick Clinic

How to add a virtual background in Zoom:


2020 Biennial Review Summary

The 2020 Biennial Review Committee composed of faculty, staff, and students met virtually in May and June 2020 to conduct the federally required alcohol and other drug (AOD) policy biennial review. A subcommittee also met to discuss consistency of policy and sanction enforcement as well as how to best document AOD data collection.


Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is a communication style that Wolverine Wellness has adopted for the way we do our work. It shows up in written materials, supervision, workshops, partnerships with others and it underlies the Wellness Coaching program. It’s a philosophy that allows us to meet students where they are and help move them forward in their educational and personal journeys. Five staff in Wolverine Wellness are uniquely qualified to train in this area, as they have been accepted into the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). 

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Academic Partnerships

Through academic partnership Wolverine Wellness can help YOU support student well-being and mental health. We will tailor the consultation, workshop, or training to your organization and audience.


FAQs about COVID-19 Vaccination Records

Not sure where your vaccination record is? Here are helpful tips.


Why is the COVID-19 vaccination record important?

The vaccination record (frequently a card) provides evidence that you’ve been vaccinated. You may be required to show evidence that you’ve been vaccinated, including vaccine lot numbers. For example, U-M waives the mandatory testing requirement for students who provide evidence of being fully vaccinated, and evidence of lot numbers are required. See:


Connecting during COVID-19

It’s no secret that socializing looks much different now than it did before mid-March of 2020. With COVID-19 precautions, many of us are experiencing isolation, whether physically, emotionally, or both.

Studies have shown that people between ages 16-24 report feeling lonely the most. You may feel lonely despite living with roommates or seeing others on Zoom.

Though the pandemic does present challenges when it comes to staying connected, it's still possible.

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COVID-19

Do you have questions about COVID-19? Visit this page for answers. 

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