In addition to the requirements for new undergraduate and graduate students, there is important health-related information you should familiarize yourself with before coming to campus.
Beginning Monday, June 12, University Health Services will be observing summer hours.
University Health Services is committed to the highest quality of care and seeking out areas for continuous quality improvement. These efforts are largely led by our Quality& Performance Improvement department.
Acute infectious conjunctivitis (pink eye) is caused by bacteria or viruses and is extremely contagious.
McCosh Health Center‘s Infirmary will be open on Monday, May 29. Use the intercom system at the front entrance of the building to access service or call 609-258-3139 to reach them.
The Princeton Student Health Plan (SHP) is a self-insured plan, which allows the University the flexibility to determine coverage and plan design. In the event that the...
University Health Services (UHS) is committed to advancing the health and well-being of our diverse University Community. One way we do this is by providing inclusive, comprehensive health services for all students.
The information below is intended for members of the Princeton community.