Student Health Services is a fully staffed clinic with Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, and Medical Assistants providing evaluation, testing, and treatment for medical problems, injuries, reproductive health, and preventative cares. We value all cultures, backgrounds, genders, and orientations represented in the UW-Platteville community and strive to be a safe and inclusive environment that meets the needs of our diverse student population. We aim to provide high quality medical, mental health, and prevention services in a multi-culturally competent manner that recognizes individual and group differences.

Located conveniently on campus in Royce Hall, we work collaboratively with University Counseling Services. Student Health Services is funded through segregated fees included in the tuition. As a benefit of this, there are unlimited office visits available and most visits are at no cost, as well as minimum fees for labs and in clinic medications. We do not submit charges to insurance. Did we mention free annual Flu Vaccinations for students (while supplies last)!

Students can schedule an appointment with a Provider or Nursing by calling 608.342.1891.

All cares are confidential! Our goal at Student Health Services is to keep students healthy by providing exceptional care so they can focus on academics and succeed! We are here for YOU!

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Make an Appointment

If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Call our office: 608.342.1891

Ask a Nurse

Telephone consultation with a registered nurse is available. If you have questions, need information, or are uncertain about a particular health concern, please feel free to call the Student Health Services and ask to speak with a nurse. We can help you manage your symptoms or concerns and determine the type of follow-up or appointment needed.

Call or visit Student Health Services to ask a question, schedule an appointment, or talk to a nurse during open clinic hours. You should contact a nurse if you are acutely ill, injured, have pain or a fever, or have questions or concerns that you want to discuss with a registered nurse. The nurses can:

  • Complete the initial physical assessment of your problem/concern.
  • Test for Strep Throat if indicated by your symptoms.
  • Provide testing and treatment for illnesses following protocol.
  • Refer you to a medical provider if needed.
  • Provide home care advice and recommendations.
  • Schedule an appointment when necessary.