DPT Student Resources

The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program and the UW School of Medicine and Public Health are dedicated to providing you resources to support your academic and career success and personal well-being.


We are committed to creating a learning and working environment where all people feel valued, included and empowered. Our organizational values include respecting the rights, dignity, and differences of all, and working to ensure that with every person, every action and every time, we are building a collegial and respectful community.

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Health and Wellness

Resources are available for students at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health to help maintain physical and mental health.

University Health Services

University Health Services (UHS) offers high-quality medical, mental health, prevention and wellness services to all UW–Madison students, including health professions students. Services include a primary care clinic and specialty clinics for immunizations, women’s health, travel and sexual health. For students requiring other types of specialty care, UHS can refer to providers off campus.

Peer Support

In the video, two DPT students share their experience acclimating to the program, managing the rigor of school and staying involved.

Financial Wellness

Managing your finances while meeting your academic requirements can be challenging. The UW School of Medicine and Public Health offers advising on financial aid and financial wellness, to ensure you are making the best possible decisions for your future. Reach out to Brianne Camacho, Director of Financial Aid and Financial Wellness Advising.

Email Brianne Camacho

Emergency Financial Support

Thanks to the generous support of our donors, the school can assist health professions students by promoting financial wellness with limited support through the Health Professions Student Emergency Support Fund.

Emergency financial support is also available through the Office of Student Financial Aid.

Educational Technology

Your UW NetID is required to access MyUW, Canvas and OASIS.


The central location for all your personal UW information, MyUW provides a dashboard where you can find your courses, email, academic records, financial information and more.

Sign in to MyUW


Canvas is a web-based learning management system, used by UW–Madison educators and students to access and manage online course learning materials, quizzes and discussion boards.

Sign in to Canvas


Your daily/weekly class schedule is available via the Online Access to Student Information and Scheduling (OASIS) platform. Access OASIS with your UW NetID.

Sign in to OASIS


DoIT provides IT services and support to faculty, staff and students as well as their schools, divisions, departments and units. Technical support is available 7 days a week by phone, email, chat or in-person at 1210 W. Dayton Street.

Visit the DoIT Help Desk