Starting on August 16th, Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) will move to a hybrid service system, offering options for both in-person and virtual telehealth services to students.
Due to the COVID public health emergency, insurance companies/health plans are being required by state and federal agencies to cover certain health care services related to COVID.
We are enhancing coverage for students enrolled in the Student Health Plan (SHP), who are going on a leave of absence and do not have access to comparable coverage,...
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.
Updated September 8, 2021
CPS has partnered with Thriving Campus to make it easier for you to connect with off-campus mental health care. Visit princeton.thrivingcampus.com from your computer or mobile...
The University looks forward to welcoming international students to campus this fall.
The New Jersey Department of Health, in partnership with UHS, is testing Princeton University unvaccinated students for antibodies to the virus that causes COVID-19 and collecting information about health behaviors.
Recently, an article by University Health Services' staff was published in the Journal of American College Health, analyzing satisfaction with electronic health record (EHR) systems across multiple institutions.