Speak with UChicago Student Wellness staff about getting set up with a MyChart account. Please note that online scheduling is not currently available for counseling and psychiatry appointments.
Call UChicago Student Wellness at 773.834.WELL during business hours to make an appointment. For urgent situations, please see the Get Help Now page.
Scheduling Appointments Online
Existing patients who have had a medical (not counseling or psychiatry) visit with UChicago Student Wellness in the past twelve months can make future medical appointments online through their MyChart account. Making an appointment is quick and easy, and available 24/7 for your convenience. And because life happens, you can also reschedule or cancel an appointment directly from your MyChart mobile app or computer. We encourage you to download and setup the MyChart app so it’s ready when you need it.
To make an appointment online, simply log in to your MyChart account by going to mychart.uchospitals.edu, and select “Schedule an Appointment” under the “Visits” menu or in the right-hand column under “Quick Links.” Then follow the prompts to select the type of appointment you need.
Please note that not all appointments can be scheduled online. If you do not see the type of appointment you need as an option, or do not find a suitable time, please call UChicago Student Wellness and speak with a Clinic Coordinator. Additionally, all new patients and patients who have not visited UChicago Student Wellness in the past twelve months must call 773.834.WELL to schedule their visit.
Keep in Mind
UChicago Student Wellness offers medical appointments by appointment only. Same-day appointments are prioritized based on urgency, so you may be scheduled for an appointment at a later time. Routine physicals, gynecological exams, and consultations are scheduled three–four weeks in advance, and travel consultations are scheduled four–six weeks in advance.
Please arrive ten minutes before your scheduled appointment time. If you are late, you may be asked to reschedule. Most appointments take forty-five minutes to one hour from check-in to check-out, so allow yourself plenty of time when you are planning your visit. If you require blood to be drawn for laboratory testing, a referral for x-rays, or other procedures, your total visit time may be longer.
If you are not sure if you need an appointment, the nursing staff can review your concerns with you and determine if you need one. The nursing staff can also assist with prescription refills and facilitate referrals.
Treatment of Minors
A parent or guardian must provide consent before a minor can be seen at UChicago Student Wellness. Please complete this form and return to UChicago Student Wellness by mail, fax, or in person. Please call our office for our fax number.
Call UChicago Student Wellness at 773.834.WELL during office hours (8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.) to schedule an appointment. Please have your student ID available when scheduling your initial appointment.
For urgent situations, please see the Get Help Now page.
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Please arrive fifteen minutes early to your initial appointment. At that time, you will present your student ID and complete a brief registration form. The initial appointment is typically an intake assessment, where you will be asked to describe your concerns. The intake clinician will work with you to determine the services that can best assist you and may provide referrals to other resources, as needed. Typically, students are assigned to a therapist and/or psychiatrist on our staff, recommended to join an on-campus therapy group, or referred to a clinician in the community.
When you call to schedule an intake appointment, the clinic coordinator will offer you the next available appointment. If, when you call, you feel the need to speak with someone urgently, you may ask to speak with the urgent care counselor.
Initial psychiatric evaluation appointments can be scheduled by UChicago Student Wellness clinicians following your initial intake appointment or after meeting with a therapist. Students are unable to schedule initial psychiatry appointments directly; the therapist with whom you are working will facilitate this process. Follow-up psychiatric appointments can be scheduled via email with your psychiatrist or advanced practice psychiatric nurse.
- BASICS is a free service for students who want to explore their alcohol use. Designed to assist students in examining their own substance behaviors in a non-judgmental environment, BASICS helps reduce risky behaviors and harmful effects from drinking. BASICS involves two sixty-minute one-on-one sessions, which are available by appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Health Educator Elizabeth Webb at email@example.com or 773.834.0712.
- Wellness Coaching is a free service that provides support for navigating transitions and overcoming challenges that come your way. To schedule your first session, please complete this registration form. Contact Health Educator Cassidy Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.