Student Health and Wellness

Student Health Promotion encompasses Student Health Services, Wellness Peers Reaching Out (PROs), Campus Wellness Events, You@Stout, and COVID-19 Information and Resources
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Student Health Services provided by Prevea Health: 

  • Located on North Campus 103 1st Ave W; the bus stops here on request and there is patient parking at the building.  
  • Most services including office visits, labs, immunizations (including flu shots), and TB tests are covered by the fees students pay.
  • Hours are M-F 8am - 4:30pm during the Fall and Spring Semesters.  Summer and break hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am -3:30pm.  
  • Appointments can be scheduled at the Student Health Website or by calling 7152321314.  

Medical Records Prior to January 1, 2022

For Student Health Services records prior to January 1, 2022 use this medical release of information and fax to 7152322103.  Questions may be directed to the Student Health Promotions Manager at 7152322114.  

Medical Records January 1, 2022 through June 30, 2024 can be obtained by completing this medical release and faxing to 920-496-4737.  Questions may be directed to Prevea Health Medical Records at 920-496-4783.  

Student Health Services Advisory Committee

The Student Health Advisory Board (SHS) compromised of staff and students from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and designated Prevea Health employees, serves to identify and offer feedback and suggestions as it relates to the delivery of student health services on the UW-Stout campus. The group is convened by the Student Health Promotions Manager.  UW-Stout has the following areas as representatives to the Student Health Advisory Board:

  • Dean of Students Office Representative – Appointed by Dean of Students
  • Athletics Representative – Appointed by Athletics
  • Housing – Appointed by Dean of Students
  • LGBTQIA+ Program Coordinator – Appointed by Dean of Students
  • Wellness Pro/Peer Health Educator Student Representative
  • Counseling Center – Appointed by Counseling Center Director
  • Student Representatives (2) – Appointed by Stout Student Association
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Wellness Peers Reaching Out (PROs)

The Wellnes PROs are a group of undergraduate students with a passion for sharing information health and mental health on campus.  You will find them tabling in the MSC or Price Commons, conducting house calls in the residence halls, and participating in large scale health and wellness events on campus.  In addition they present programs for students on the following topics:


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Wellness PROs at Work / UW Stout
  • Time Management
  • Healthy Relationships
  • RELAX 
  • Milk, Cookies, and Condoms
  • Master Bartender
  • Test Anxiety

If you have an idea for a program topic for the PROs, please submit here


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Check Up Mental Health Screening Event / UW Stout

Campus Wellness Events

Wellness Fair / UW Stout

Many wellness events happen on campus each year.  Examples include:

  • Check Up (Mental Health resources and screening)
  • Fireside and Chill
  • Wellness Fair
  • Sexual Health Carnival 
  • Fresh Check (Mental Health and Suicide Prevention)
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Gemma Certified Therapy Dog

Gemma visits students and staff during various events.  


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Logo for / UW Stout is a self-help and well being platform.  YOU helps students navigate life and campus on their terms with independent goal setting, skill building, links to campus resources, and evidence based content on well-being topics.  

COVID-19 and other Viral Illnesses

COVID-19 Testing

Students are strongly encouraged to bring home antigen tests with them to campus. 

  • If you are a student and need to see a health care provider, Student Health Services, operated by Prevea Health is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Call 715-232-1314 for an appointment.
  • Faculty or staff should consult their primary care doctor for COVID-related questions or health concerns.
Preventing the Spread of Respiratory Viruses

The CDC has recently revised guidance for COVID-19 infections.  The new guidance applies to all viral illnesses including COVID-19, Influenza, RSV and other respiratory viral illnesses. 

Under this new guidance,  stay home and away from others (including people you live with who are not sick) if you have respiratory virus symptoms that aren't better explained by another cause. These symptoms can include fever, chills, fatigue, cough, runny nose, and headache, among others.*

  • You can go back to your normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, both are true:
    • Your symptoms are getting better overall, and
    • You have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication).
  • When you go back to your normal activities, take added precaution over the next 5 days, such as taking additional steps for cleaner airhygiene, masksphysical distancing, and/or testing when you will be around other people indoors.
    • Keep in mind that you may still be able to spread the virus that made you sick, even if you are feeling better. You are likely to be less contagious at this time, depending on factors like how long you were sick or how sick you were.  This is especially important if you will have contact with elderly or immunocompromised individuals. 

COVID-19 Vaccinations

  • Walgreens Online Scheduling
  • CVS Online Scheduling 
  • Mayo Clinic Health System Red Cedar appointments 7152355531
  • Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy Walk In 
  • Dunn County Health Department 7152322388 Have vaccine appointments only for those with no health insurance or insurance that will not cover vaccine.  


COVID Treatment Resources

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services as launched a statewide COVID-19 treatment telehealth service.  Anyone 18 and older with mild to moderate COVID-19 who is at risk for disease progression can use free consultation and prescription telehealth service to increase access to COVID-19 antiviral treatments.  


There is no campus masking requirement.  No one should face repercussions for their personal decision to mask or not mask.  UW Stout will continue to provide well-fitting masks to student and employees who request them using the PPE Requisition Form.