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Welcome to the Blugold Community!

At Student Health Service (SHS) we are here to take care of your health needs during your college career. We are located on upper campus (just up the hill) as part of the Crest Wellness Center. We are an appointment-based clinic offering appointments Monday through Friday. The majority of appointments at SHS are covered by segregated fees, which is part of tuition, meaning many appointments are FREE! Depending on your appointment type there may be an additional fee (see Services tab). In order to keep your costs low we do not bill insurance.

Step 1*: Click on the mySHS icon to the left to log on with your university username and password

*Please wait at least 2 weeks after registering

before completing any information on mySHS

  • Complete all the forms under the "Forms" tab.
    • Consent to Treatment
    • Health History
    • Notice of Privacy Practice
    • Immunizations (See Step 2)

Incoming Student Disclaimer


If you cannot get the Health History form to submit on mySHS please print the following form and turn in at orientation or at your first appointment.

Click to download the form: Health History Form

Step 2: Obtain official copy of immunization record

Step 3: Review Hepatitis B and Meningococcal immunization information

  • All Wisconsin College and University students are required by WI state statute to receive information on Meningococcal and Hepatitis B diseases and the availability and effectiveness of vaccinations for these diseases.
  • Data can be found here or click on the link listed on the left hand side of the website

Step 4: Complete Steps Listed in Chronic Medical Conditions Letter (if applicable)

  • Letter and steps to be taken can be found at the following link Chronic Medical Conditions 
  • Review chronic health concerns and medications with family and current provider

Step 5: Refill/review current medications and obtain supplies (optional)

Step 6: Become familiar with the SHS website! (encouraged)

  • Information found here on Student Health Service's website can be very helpful when you are new to the campus
  • Explore mySHS as this can be a secure means of communication between you and the clinic
  • Check out Student Health 101 (Free!) a monthly e-magazine covering a variety of college health issues including stress, sleep, nutrition, alcohol, sexual behaviors, colds, flu, and more

Should you have any additional questions, please contact Student Health Service at 715-836-4311 or by emailing Student Health Service's director Laura Chellman, at