The Center for Health and Wellbeing will all operate fully in Fall 2020 with the majority of services and programs offered virtually.
Most Student Health Services appointments will take place virtually via telehealth. Our staff will help students determine if the appointment should be virtual or in-person.
- Monday–Wednesday: 8:00am-4:30pm
- Thursday: 9:00am-4:30pm
- Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
- Saturday: 9:00am-1:00pm (academic year)
- Closed Sundays, holidays, and for UVM administrative closures
After Hours Services
Call 1-866-878-2485 to speak with an on-call nurse.
Student Health Services’ main clinic is at 425 Pearl Street, at the corner of Pearl and Prospect Streets. Parking is available in a lot on Pearl St.
To access the clinic:
- Enter UVM Medical Center - 1 South Prospect through the main entrance.
- Pass the greeter, turn left, and go to the end of the hallway.
- Take Elevator B to Level G or walk one flight down.
- The entrance to Student Health Services will be to your left.
Satellite and Drop-In Locations and Hours:
Mental Health Care
Counseling and Psychiatry Services will initially offer all services virtually via Microsoft Teams or by phone if needed.
- Monday-Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
- Closed Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, and for UVM adminstrative closures
After Hours, Weekends, and Holidays
Call (802) 656-3340 and choose voicemail option #2 to reach an on-call counselor outside of normal business hours.
Triage counselors are always available to respond to students in crisis, and consult with friends, roommates, faculty, staff, or family members. These calls can be anonymous.
Main Location: virtual Fall 2020
Satellite Locations and Hours: virtual Fall 2020
All Education and Outreach programs will be virtual in Fall 2020 and are available for students on campus and at home. Program schedules and registration information is available on Bored. Customized programming is also available for student groups, clubs, and teams, as well as trainings for faculty and staff. Learn more about requesting a program or training here.
Living Well at the Davis Center
Due to Covid-19 testing in the Davis Center, students will not be able to access the Living Well space at the Davis Center. Individual and group programs typically offered in the space are available virtually and listed on Bored.
What Else Do I Need to Know?
Due to licensing regulations, clinical services (including primary care, counseling, and psychiatry) may be limited for “at home” students not living in Vermont. Staff will work with students in other states to determine what services we can provide, offer additional resources, and provide support and guidance for referrals.
Triage appointments, case management and referral support, Let’s Talk Drop-in Conversations (including those associated with identity centers), and workshops are all available to all students regardless of their location.
Let’s Talk and Drop-in Workshops are available most days of the week as virtual non-urgent supports and are listed on Bored with instructions on how to join.