The Princeton Review has once again ranked Campus Health in the top 4% of the nation’s top health centers in its annual college guide, “The 389 Best Colleges: 2024 Editon” which was released Tuesday, August 15, 2023. This is the tenth year in a row that Campus Health has been ranked in the top 4% for Best Health Services . The rankings are based on student data from The Princeton Review's survey of 165,000 students at the 389 listed schools.
"It's great to see the results of the Princeton Review each year, since they come from the students we serve,” said David Salafsky, Executive Director of Campus Health. “Students tell us they appreciate the compassionate, integrated, and convenient care they receive at Campus Health. We remain as committed as ever to supporting student health and success at the University of Arizona."
Conveniently located on The University of Arizona’s main campus, Campus Health is a one-stop-shop for students offering in-person and virtual health and wellness services ranging from counseling to x-ray, and everything in between – general medicine, pharmacy, immunizations and travel clinic, nutrition services, LGBTQ+ health, women’s health, lab, physical therapy, and more.
Their award-winning health education programs and services draw tens of thousands of students to participate each year. They have been nationally recognized for their comprehensive and integrated approach to quality healthcare that supports the health, wellness, and success of each student.
They make a positive impact on the students they serve: 98% of students who used said that Campus Health helped them remain a student at the University of Arizona and 98% said they would recommend Campus Health to a friend. See more Campus Health data here.