Taking Care of Your Mind and Body
At Princeton, we believe in taking care of your whole self and have dedicated resources to sustaining and enhancing your physical, psychological and emotional health.
University Health Services is the primary health care provider for undergraduate and graduate students, their dependents, and faculty and staff. Our accredited team of doctors, nurses and practitioners offers a comprehensive range of medical services as well as health education, outreach and wellness programs.
Mental Health and Wellness Services
Psychologists, clinical social workers and psychiatrists are available to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They're available for urgent care as well as counseling, psychiatric consultations, referrals, mind-body programs such as meditation, and more.
Counseling and Psychological Services provide these services at no cost to currently enrolled Princeton students and their eligible dependents.
Princeton is committed to providing equal access and accommodations to all individuals. The Office of Disability Services offers a range of services and facilitates reasonable accommodations to support undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities. They also serve as the primary contact for administrative units and academic departments who need to assist faculty, staff and campus visitors with disabilities. Additional policies and procedures can be found through Inclusive Princeton. If you’re looking to get around campus, our campus accessibility map shows accessible routes across campus.
At Princeton, we take pride in taking care of our entire family, including the youngest members. Our family-focused resources aim to meet the needs of family life while students pursue their academic programs.