Services Offered

General Clinic

The general clinic is designed to help students with most minor ailments and injuries. If you have urgent concerns, some same-day appointments are available, or our staff can discuss other options.


A variety of counseling services are available to meet your needs, including individual appointments, group counseling, consultations and more. Services are available on a walk-in basis during all office hours.


The CWRU advocate or a survivor advocate from The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is available to provide confidential short-term counseling, support, resources & advocacy to all undergraduate and graduate students of any gender who have experienced sexual, dating, or power-based personal violence.

Allergy Clinic

The Allergy Clinic offers services for students with diagnosed allergies.

Faculty Consultation

If your students are experiencing unusual levels of stress, you may wish to refer them to services to help them learn coping strategies. Learn about levels of support and how to make referrals.

Group Therapy

Therapy in a group setting can be a productive and supportive way to address common concerns. Students meet as a group with one or more clinicians to explore a specific topic and develop coping skills.

Occupational Health

What should you do if you have a work-related injury or illness? What occupational health services does UHCS provide? Learn more about our services and other resources available to CWRU employees here.

Price List

There is no charge for general clinic visits for registered students, but some services, such as titers, immunizations and STI testing, will incur costs during your appointment.

Quit Smoking

UHCS has tobacco cessation appointments available for students. Appointments include 30 minutes with a behavioral health specialist and 30 minutes with a physician. Readiness to quit, strategies for abstinence and medication support will be assessed.

Recovery and Prevention

Prevention & Recovery Services is designed to help students achieve sobriety through substance abuse prevention, education, Recovery House living, and campus-community alliances. Our mission is to help students make a commitment to recovery, excel in scholarship, personal growth, social responsibility and ethical leadership.


CWRU provides self-assessment options for students who need help resolving their difficulties or solving issues related to personal growth. Self-assessment can help students learn more about themselves and determine whether they need further evaluation from a counselor or therapist.

Women's Clinic

The Women's Clinic, located on the second floor of the Health Service Building, is specially designed to meet the needs of female students.