Comprehensive services and support for the physical, mental and emotional well-being of our students.Health Services & PROMOTIONCampus Health ServiceProvides quality medical services, psychological care, and health promotion & prevention services for students. Immunizations & Travel ClinicTravel immunizations, tuberculosis skin tests, hepatitis B series, measles and rubella (necessary for admission to the University), influenza vaccine and many other vaccines are available during regular Campus Health Service hours. Health Promotion & Preventive Services at Campus HealthProvides programs and services that help UA students make healthy choices in support of their academic, personal and professional goals. UA Safe and Drug Free Campus websiteFosters an environment that promotes the health and safety of everyone – students, staff and faculty alike – in our campus community. Women’s HealthThe Women's Health Clinic at Campus Health is staffed by a board-certified Gynecologist, certified Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, and a Registered Nurse. Campus Health's Oasis Program Against Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Established to provide a variety of services to UA students, staff and faculty who are impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. Nutrition & FitnessArizona IntramuralsMen’s, women’s and co-ed teams play sports in a relaxed and friendly environment – volleyball, flag football, soccer, softball, ultimate Frisbee and more. Campus RecreationProvides programs, services, educational opportunities and facilities that meet the recreational, fitness and wellness needs of UA students, faculty, staff, alumni and retirees. Fitness Classes at the RecDance, martial arts, self-defense, yoga, Pilates, spinning, private yoga and Pilates classes and personal training. More than 50 classes each week. Healthy Food Options on CampusThis handy guide will help you identify healthy options that are available on campus. Live Fit on CampusA web-based, program that focuses on encouraging college freshman to consume more fruits and vegetables every day and to engage in daily physical activity for better health. Walking for Health PathwaysMaps of walking and running paths on campus, including distances and fitness tips. Mental healthCounseling and Psych Services (CAPS) at Campus HealthOffering psychological counseling to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals. Friend 2 FriendProviding the UA with a place to get information and advice that you can use to help a friend who might be experiencing problems. Wildcats AnonymousAn on-campus organization that works jointly with Campus Health's CAPS to provide meetings, programming, and peer mentoring for students who identify as substance abusers. Campus Health CouncilsStudent Health Advocacy Committee (SHAC)Established in cooperation with UA Student Government (ASUA) to provide an important avenue for students seeking to offer input and assistance to the Campus Health Service. Well U PartnershipWorks to improve the health and well-being of UA employees, alumni, students, retirees and their families.