The Student Health Service helps you with questions and concerns regarding your health and studies. We offer counselling and advice from counsellors and nurses. All appointments are free of charge, confidential and noted in your medical record.

Help you can get

At the Student Health Service, you can get different types of support and help. Our nurses and curators can offer you counselling and give you health advice. We also offer courses, group sessions, lectures and podcasts, among other things. You can contact us with all kinds of questions and issues – they do not have to be related to your studies. We can also guide you to the right health care unit. 

Contact us

Book or reschedule an appointment 

Book yourself an appointment for support counselling, health counselling, sustainable lifestyle support, sexual health counselling and study stress self-help programmes via our booking page. You can either book a physical appointment at the Student Centre, or a telephone or video call.

Log in to view your appointments, reschedule a new one or cancel. You can also read or write a message to your contact, for example, if you want to rebook an appointment. If you have an appointment for a video call, log in and your contact will call you back. The login requires a Bank ID or an SMS code. If you have problems booking, you can call or email

Opening hours during summer

The Student Health Service is closed on 1–31 July. Our nurses are not available on 24 June–14 August.

Important information once you've booked an appointment

  • For video calls, you log in to our booking system with your Bank ID or password at the time of your call and wait to be called back.

  • Video calls do not work with the Internet Explorer browser; the browsers that work are Google Crome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Microsoft Edge.

  • All visits at the Student Health Service are free of charge.
  • All staff at the Student Health Service are governed by the Information and Secrecy Act.
  • All contacts with the Student Health Service are noted in your medical record.

  • If your issue is urgent and you feel like the wait for an appointment is too long, please contact your local health clinic (vårdcentralen), call 1177 for guidance, or in the case of an emergency, contact the Emergency Psychiatric Clinic, 040-338 000.

  • You can reschedule or cancel in our online booking system.

Drop in at the Student Centre

  • Meet a counsellor on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.30–12.30. 
  • Meet a nurse on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.30–12.30. 

Opening hours during summer

The Student Health Service is closed on 1–31 July. Our nurses are not available on 24 June–14 August.

Phone counselling

  • Counsellor: Telephone hours on Monday–Thursday at 10.00–11.00. Call +46 40-665 71 70. 
  • Nurse: Telephone hours on Tuesdays at 9.00–10.00 and Fridays at 10.00–11.00. Call +46 40-665 71 70.

Opening hours during summer

The Student Health Service is closed on 1–31 July. Our nurses are not available on 24 June–14 August.

Contact us via email

You can email us at regarding general questions about our support, or if you have problems logging in. Never include confidential information in your email. You cannot make an appointment by emailing us.


Lunchtime lectures

Open zoom lectures

Each semester, we offer lectures/workshops on issues that commonly affect students. The lectures are held via Zoom live on Mondays, 16.00–17.00. The Zoom link will be published here latest one week before.

Some of the lectures are also available online (see below under Presentations and materials).

When perfect isn't good enough - a lecture about perfectionism 

Get stuff done - a lecture about procrastination and how to overcome it 

Stress and recovery -  about stress in everyday life and sustainable strategies for recovery. 


Courses and groups

Do you repeatedly postpone your studying or do you find it difficult to organise your studies? Then the Student Health Service procrastination group may be for you! The purpose of the group is to work together to reduce procrastination and receive support towards behavioural change.    

The group meets every Thursday at 15.30 – 17.00. The meetings will be on campus. 

You can join the group throughout the semester. The Student Health Service has continuous intake , which means you can end up in a queue and start when there is a place available. So first come, first served! 

There is also a Procrastination Group in Swedish, you will find more information on our Swedish website.

Date and time 

Wendesdays 15.30 – 17.00. On campus. 

Registration required

If you are interested, you are welcome to sign up by sending an email to and we will contact you for more information. Participation is free of charge. 

Events and lectures

Learn more about health

Did you miss any of the Student Health Service’s lectures, or would you like to learn more about health with the help of our presentations? The presentations discuss themes such as daring to speak up, managing study stress, and creating sustainable lifestyles.

Presentations on health and wellbeing

Films on health and studies

The Student Health Service’s films from lectures and courses can help you during your studies.

Watch films about health on MauPlay

Are you worried?

Right now, many are worried about the situation in Ukraine and the consequences it may have.

If you are worried, talking to someone might help. Putting into words how you feel can be helpful and relieving. You can talk to people around you, such as other students, a friend or a parent.

If you need someone to talk to about your concerns, please do not hesitate to get in contact with the Student Health services via phone, video call, or a physical visit at the Student Center.

Below are some tips on what you can do yourself to deal with worry.

How to deal with worry

  • You do not have to read or watch everything. A lot of information and photos of the war are distributed via social media. Limit the amount of news and avoid them right before going to bed.
  • Activate yourself. Try to stop your worries from taking over by focusing on something that makes you feel good. We all need a break from our thoughts. You can, for example, exercise, hang out with friends, watch movies, paint, do crafts or listen to music.
  • Stick to your routines. Try to eat and sleep at regular times. Meet with those you usually meet. Go to scheduled lectures and continue with your self-study as usual.
  • Exercise. Physical activity releases substances in the body that make you feel better and reduce stress. It does not have to be hard training – daily walks can be enough.
  • Engage yourself. If you are worried, it can be helpful if you do something about it and help those affected in some way. Think about how you can help or support those who are having a difficult time.

Open Door support for students

If you have been subjected to harassment or sexual harassment, you can seek support from the Student Health Service through Open Door. You will be put in contact with the Public Health Officer Alexandra Thomasson. The Student Health Service maintains confidentiality and does not pass on any information. You can get a support call during our telephone hours, or book a digital meeting by sending us an email.

Open Door support and counselling
040-665 70 43
Tuesdays and Thursdays 15.00–15.30

Comments regarding the Student Health Service

Comments regarding the Student Health Service should be directed to Jessica Wastring, the Director of Student Health Service.