Health support and prevention services
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Sorbonne University provides resources to maintain the mental and physical health of every student and support them in their daily life.
Student Health Service
If you have questions pertaining to your health or want to learn more about the health and prevention campaigns organised on campus, you can contact the Nurse's office, which coordinates prevention campaigns in collaboration with Sorbonne University’s Student Health Service (SSE).
The SSE is a health service composed of a team of doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, midwives, speech therapists, nurses, reflexologists, and sophrologists. It welcomes and provides free appointments to all students, no matter the issue they are facing.
The nurse’s office
The nurse provides medical care, advice and guidance to students. Documentation and hygiene products are also given out for free.
The Student Health Service provides medical check-ups, vaccinations, medical certificates, as well as specialised consultations. All consultations are free, but require to book an appointment.
Wellness workshops are also organizes all year long in collaboration with the nurse's office to raise awareness about specific health topics and provide support to students in need.
The SSE also enables students with physical disabilities or other disorders to obtain specific adjustments or equipements in order to alleviate any accessibility issues they may encounter during their studies (courses attendance, examinations…), after a medical assessment.
The Nurse’s office
The nurse provides medical care, advice and guidance to students. Documentation and hygiene products are also given out for free. She provides her services on the Sorbonne and Clignancourt campuses.
The social security system consists of institutions whose function is to protect individuals from the consequences of various events or situations, usually defined as social risks.
Students who come to live and study in France from countries belonging to the European Union are considered as temporary residents. They must remain affiliated to the health insurance system of their home country and are exempt from paying social security fees in France. Students who work in France during their studies are also eligible for Universal health coverage (UHC).
Students from countries outside the EU and from French overseas collectivities (New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna) are also eligible for universal health coverage (UHC).
Registration to social security is included in the university's registration fees.
Fil Santé Jeune (Helpline number for the youth)
For all questions pertaining to your physical, psychological and social health, you can contact Fil Santé Jeune, number offering assistance to the youth from ages 12 to 25. Call 0800 235 236 (a toll-free from a landline) or use the online chat to contact this service.
Student Health Service (SSE)
The SSE is open from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. It is open from the beginning of September to mid-July, and closes exceptionally during the Christmas and Spring breaks.
15 rue de l’École de Médecine, escalier G, 3e étage