Members of the UW–Madison community participate in Bucky's Workout at Camp Randall

Be Well

Healthy minds, bodies, and communities. We view health and well-being through an equity and social justice lens to include personal physical health, mental health, and connection to a safe campus where all students can thrive.

Ways to think about your health

Staying active

If you're a student, you're already a member of University Recreation and Wellbeing and the Wisconsin Union! Take advantage of the many fitness classes, clubs, training, outings, events, and fun.

Students exercising at the SERF indoor track.

Emotional and mental health

Managing your mental health, practicing wellness activities, and a finding a supportive community all contribute to your well-being.

woman balances on stand up paddleboard

Medical services

Access high-quality medical care, the student health insurance plan, and many more resources to support your health and well-being with University Health Services.

Student getting a flu vaccine shot at a University Health Services event.


University Health Services offers the following trainings (among others) and related programs to educate and support students on important campus health issues.

Undergraduate students taking a break, talk in front of Bascom Hall.

Wellness programs

Explore the many ways Student Affairs offers to recharge your health in mind, body, and spirit.

Pedestrians make their way along a fall colored Howard Temin Lakeshore path

Get help

Student of concern

Any student displaying behaviors that may interfere with their ability to be successful or disrupts the learning of others.

Report student concern

Sexual misconduct

Actions related to sexual assault or exploitation, dating/domestic violence, or stalking.

Report sexual misconduct

Bias concern

Including slurs, degrading language, epithets, graffiti, symbols, assault, microagressions, and harassment.

Report bias concern

Other incidents

This could include a student that you are concerned about, hazing, stalking, or a missing student.

Report other incidents