From June 8 to September 8, University Health Services will be observing summer hours. Summer hours are listed on each service page.
All students who are expecting to receive insurance claims or payments over the summer should change their address, if it is different from the permanent address on file with the University, to avoid missing important information.
University Health Services will close 30 minutes early on June 3, for a reception to honor Dr. Peter Johnsen, Medical Director, thanking him for 28 years of service to Princeton University.
We are now offering graduate students the option of checking in for Counseling & Psychological Services' appointments at the front check-in desk on the first floor of McCosh Health Center and waiting in the medical waiting area.
University Health Services has served the Princeton campus for more than 100 years, contributing to the University’s mission by ensuring that students, faculty, and staff have the health services they need to support their academic, work, and...
At Sexual Health and Wellness, we are now offering PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) for the prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have documented widespread cases of influenza across the United States, including New Jersey.
This month, Princeton University Health Services (UHS) released a series of reports summarizing the health and wellness of Princeton University undergraduate students.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is offering a new support group for students of color: "Living with race, bias, and subordinated social identities."
During Winter Break (December 12 - January 4), University Health Services' hours will vary*:
Medical Services (excluding Physical Therapy, Laboratory, Radiology, and Infirmary)