UConn Health

Read more for resources and support available specifically to UConn Health students.



Lactation Policy

The purpose of the Lactation Policy is to provide employees and students who are breastfeeding a private place and reasonable break time to express breast milk for their nursing child. This policy is in accordance with relevant laws and regulations regarding breastfeeding in the workplace. Click here for more information on lactation resources.

Lactation Rooms and Procedures for UConn Health

Family and Medical Leaves of Absence

Information regarding policies and procedures on family and medical leaves of absence.


Student Services Center

The Student Services Center at UConn Health serves approximately 900 active dental, medical and graduate students. The team includes the Offices of Student Financial Aid Services, Registrar, Student Health Plan, and Student Affairs and Activities. Additionally, the center oversees the Student Fitness Center, provide resources to students seeking housing and support the many student run programs and organizations at the university.


Support Programs and Offices

Student Behavioral Health Service

The Student Behavioral Health Service (SBHS) provides evaluation and treatment to medical, dental and graduate students at UConn Health. While stress management is often a focus of treatment, students are seen for a variety of other issues.

Human Resources

Human Resources – UConn Health

The Employee Resource Center serves as a hub for employee inquiries Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. Dedicated Employee Resource Specialists can answer a variety of employee questions and direct them to additional resources. The center may be contacted at 860-679-2426 or HR-EmployeeResource@uchc.edu.

Employee Assistance Program

UConn Health EAP

EAP is part of the Department of Medicine and is co-located with Employee Health Service and the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at UConn Health’s Farmington campus. This division provides a multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation of complex medical problems related to the workplace and/or the environment. The program provides statewide coverage through the availability of an affiliate network.


UConn Health

Work/Life strives to promote a culture of balanced work and life for University of Connecticut faculty, staff, and students. UConn offers work/life programs, policies and resources in support of family, engagement and wellness. The family resource page includes information on adoption assistance, childcare and preschool facilities, and parenting resources.

UConn Ombudsman

The UConn Ombudsman serves as a neutral resource who provides confidential and informal assistance to employees of the UConn and UConn Health community.