Health & Wellness
When a student needs to withdraw from the University due to medical reasons, Campus Health is here to help. The links below detail information needed to process withdrawals. It is imperative that students communicate with their professors if they are able to do so:
Campus Health is committed to promoting health, wellness and safety to the UArizona by providing quality medical and mental health care, outstanding health education, while assisting the institution in health-related policy development.
Medical appointments: 621-9202
- General Medicine
- Women's Health
- Sports Medicine, Orthopedics, and Physical Therapy
The Campus Health Service (CHS) offers immunizations, TB screening, and travel immunizations to UArizona students and staff. Routine vaccinations are offered as walk-in service during regular CHS hours. Travel immunizations (Typhoid and Japanese Encephalitis) or travel medications are given by appointment only.
College is a time of transition and growth- for both students and parents/family members. During college, students face new challenges related to academics, time management, finances, relationships, and their identity. Parents Matter is a free consultation service offered by CAPS (Counseling and Psych Services), a component of Campus Health Service.
The Survivor Advocacy Program provides confidential support and advocacy services to student survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. The advocacy and services are rooted in empowerment and community-based support, are survivor focused, and relationship based.