The University of Arizona offers comprehensive services and support for the physical, mental and emotional well-being of our students.
Health & Wellness
The General Medicine Clinic is one of the primary care clinics within Campus Health. The scope of care includes Primary Care General Medicine and Sports Medicine. General Medicine is the clinic for the care of any condition that is not life-threatening or emergent. In this setting your medical condition is evaluated, treated and followed. If necessary, referrals are made. The clinicians include medical doctors and nurse practitioners.
Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) offers psychological counseling and psychiatric services to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals.
Licensed professionals provide brief treatment for anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships, family problems, food/body image concerns, alcohol and drug concerns, ADHD, life crises, and other issues. Only Campus Health providers have access to treatment information. No notations about visits to CAPS are made in your academic or immigration record. Unless you are younger than 18, no information, including the fact that you have been seen in CAPS, can be released to others, including parents, unless you provide signed consent.
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Travel immunizations, tuberculosis skin tests, hepatitis B series, measles and rubella (necessary for admission to the University), influenza vaccine and many other vaccines are available during regular Campus Health Service hours.
Oasis Sexual Assault and Trauma Services (Oasis) provides advocacy, support, and outreach to students, staff, and faculty of all genders who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
Stressbusters a national training and outreach program that teaches student volunteers to be free resource advisors and backrub providers who continuously calm and connect thousands of students and staff with support services at events all over campus. Stressbusters is organized by Campus Health Service.
Campus Recreation provides programs, services, educational opportunities and facilities that meet the recreational, fitness and wellness needs of UA students, faculty, staff, alumni and retirees. Campus Rec offers more than 50 classes each week, including dance, martial arts, self-defense, yoga, Pilates, private yoga and Pilates classes and personal training.
If you or a friend, who are outside of the United States, are in a high level of emotional distress and are in need of assistance, there is skilled help available. Campus Health has compiled a list of help and crises lines around the world that are available for you to contact for assistance.