Due to the rapidly evolving university response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Center for Health and Wellbeing services may continue to change.  Please see our Updated Services COVID-19 page.

Center for Health and Wellbeing  COVID-19 Information 

Student Health Services

Student Health Services provides primary care at the University of Vermont using a primary care model for health care designed to increase your access to comprehensive, patient-centered care and resources to help you thrive inside and outside the classroom. 

You can get a full spectrum of primary care services at Student Health, including help with infections, illnesses, injuries, chronic health issues, medication management, screening and prevention, mental health management, flu shot clinics, and more.

Behavioral Health

Sleep, substance misuse and stress management support, and short-term mental health support.

More information on behavioral health

Cold and Flu

Get a flu shot and tips for staying healthy or taking care of yourself if you get the cold or flu.

More Information about the Cold and Flu

Eating Disorder and Body Image Support

In partnership with Counseling and Psychiatry Services, address issues related to body image and eating disorders.

More information on eating disorder and body image support

Nutrition Services

Get nutritional support and advice from our Registered Dietitian.

More information on nutrition services

Sexual Health

Reproductive health services, STI tests, pap smears, contraception, and more.

More information on sexual health services

Transgender Healthcare

Full spectrum care for students who identify as transgender, gender non-conforming, gender fluid, and non-binary.

More information on transgender healthcare

Allergy Clinic

Continue your ongoing allergy shots right at UVM.

More information about the Allergy Clinic

Travel Clinic

Get advice and the required vaccines for your international trip. Due to COVID-19 the travel clinic is suspended for the Fall 2020 semester.

Athletic Medicine

Medical care for varsity student athletes.

More information on Athletic Medicine