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 10, University Health Services will be observing summer hours.
Last week, the Department of Health & Human Services proposed regulatory changes that would no longer recognize gender identity as a form of sex discrimination among healthcare services and activities.
As previously announced, as of March 1, 2019, Princeton University modified the Complementary Medicine benefits under the Student Health Plan (SHP). The current SHP policy states the following:
University Health Services is committed to the highest quality of care and conducting continuous quality improvement. These efforts are largely led by our Quality & Performance Improvement department.
Complementary Medicine Expense benefits offered through the Student Health Plan (SHP) are being modified effective March 1, 2019. This may impact undergraduate students,...
Six students have sought treatment at University Health Services this month for Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD), a common, mild viral disease that is easily spread.