Student Health Service
The Student Health Service help you with issues associated with life as a student. It may concern issues caused by stress, insomnia, low self-confidence, performance anxiety, speech anxiety, too much alcohol or other things that make student life complicated. We offer courses, workshops and individual counselling.
Students at Uppsala University, SLU (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) in Uppsala and Johannelund School of Theology, on campus or remotely, are welcome.
Groups and lectures
Do you feel stressed by expectations? Have a tendency to procrastinate? Do you want to start exercise? We will help you!
Advice for students
University studies mean great freedom, but at the same time require personal responsibility. Read our advice!
In a crisis, or ill?
The Student Health Service can help you in many instances, but sometimes outside help is needed. See the list of resources.
Life style profile
Fill in a questionnaire anonymously about alcohol, eating habits, physical activity and stress, and get concrete tips.
The light room
In the light room at Student Health Services in Uppsala, you can compensate for some of your light deficiency.
Distance learning students
As a distance learning student at Uppsala University and SLU you have the same opportunity as campus students to contact Student Health Services for advice and support if you have mental health problems related to life as a student. We offer digital individual calls and many of our lectures and groups are digital.
Doctoral students at Uppsala University
If you are a doctoral student at Uppsala University, who are currently 20% active (regardless of funding), you should turn to the occupational health services for support, including counselling. They offer some counselling sessions free of charge before the head of department have to be informed. To book an appointment call the occupational health service.
Information for doctoral students on Uppsala University's staff web.
Doctoral students at SLU
If you ar a doctoral student at SLU, (regardless of funding), you should turn to the occupational health services for support, including counselling. They offer one counselling session, free of charge, before the head of department/equivalent have to be informed. For more information and to book an appointment contact the occupational health service.
Lectures and courses on demand
In addition to the regular range of seminars and groups for students, the Student Health Services also offers lectures and courses on request from, for example, student associations, study counsellors, or programme managers. Feel free to contact us if you want to book us for a lecture or course!