Get Healthy

Lifelong wellness starts now. We offer resources to help students adopt an active lifestyle, cultivate healthy decision-making and maintain personal wellness.

Student pours water into a cup with ounce markings to determine how much is in a standard alcoholic beverage.

High-risk alcohol use among college students remains a cause of concern. As such, the university is committed to setting the standard, inspiring good choices and supporting our students.

Learn more about Alcohol Education

Students work out on stair climbers and treadmills at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Work out facilities on both City and East Campuses offer state-of-the-art equipment, engaging classes and individualized personal training. The Outdoor Adventure Center offers adventure trips, a challenge course, a bike shop and Nebraska’s largest climbing and bouldering gym.

Learn more about Campus Recreation

A counselor meets with a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

CAPS offers a safe, confidential place where students can slow down, think out loud, get support and start finding solutions. In addition to one-on-one counseling sessions, support and therapy groups are available.

Learn more about CAPS

Student picks up a prescription from the pharmacy located inside the University Health Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Conveniently located inside the University Health Center on City Campus, the pharmacy fills prescriptions, offers over-the-counter items and provides education on drug interactions, dosage and side effects.

Learn more about the Pharmacy

An international student receives a flu shot from the University Health Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The University Health Center, managed by Nebraska Medicine, offers student treatment on campus and accepts most insurance companies.

Learn more about the University Health Center

Female student adding yogurt to a blender in the Wellness Kitchen located in the Recreation and Wellness Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Located inside the Recreation and Wellness Center on East Campus, the Wellness Kitchen can help students practice recipes to develop healthy eating habits.

Learn more about Wellness & Nutrition Services

A counselor meets with a student in the Women's Center

The Women's Center provides free confidential counseling to students of all genders. Support and discussion groups are also available.

Learn more about Women's Center Counseling