The Student Health Service (SSE) offers free consultations and is at your disposal to help you carry out your studies in the best possible physical, mental and social conditions.
Service at your service
Present on all 3 USMB campuses, the Student Health Service (SSE) brings together a team of health and social professionals. Depending on your needs, you can consult a nurse, doctor, psychologist or social worker.
Confidentiality is guaranteed by professional secrecy.
The HSE team is here to listen and advise you on your needs: diet, sleep, physical activity, sensitivity to stress, addictions (gambling, tobacco, drugs, alcohol...). You can also consult the HSE if you feel unwell or have an accident on campus.
Need a health check-up? Make an appointment online or on campus.
New for the start of the 2023 academic year: when you have a consultation on campus, you can choose one of the SSE general practitioners as your primary care physician.
The SSE is located in entrance H of the Annecy IUT building.
It is open every day from 8am to 4:45pm and on Fridays from 8am to 12pm.
Contact us: SSE Annecy / 04 50 09 24 90
The SSE is located in building 12A. BU side entrance.
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm.
Contact us: SSE Bourget / 04 79 75 87 56
Why come to ESS and who to consult?
At your side throughout the year, the Student Health Service offers you personalized support in your day-to-day student life. But where to turn?
From minor aches and pains to vaccine reminders, sleep problems or a persistent coughing fit, doctors and nurses take care of you.
Do not hesitate to make an appointment with them according to your health needs.
Feeling woozy, with a sore throat or stomach ache? Make an appointment with one of the department's doctors for a medical consultation, during which a prescription can be issued according to your symptoms.
Need help to stop smoking, regain a balanced diet or get a good night's sleep? The SSE doctors will welcome you for a medical interview and offer you advice.
Take stock of your vaccinations with the Student Health Service nurses!
Please note: if you're going abroad and need a "frequent flyer" vaccine (yellow fever, typhoid, etc.), you'll need to make an appointment with the vaccination centers in Chambéry or Annecy. To help you prepare for your trip, consult the Institut Pasteur website .
Need a dressing changed, stitches removed, or your blood pressure checked? HSE nurses are available by appointment.
Are you ill and unable to attend class? Notify the ESS secretariat on your campus and make an appointment to request proof of absence from a doctor or nurse. Please note that this will not be issued retrospectively.
Disability, health problem, accident, illness: does your health situation have an impact on your studies? The university's SSE and Mission Handicap can help. How can you benefit fromstudy or exam accommodations?
1. Preparing your medical file
This file will enable the HSE doctor to assess your situation and work with you to make the necessary adjustments to make your schooling accessible. Don't forget to prepare your consultation and hospitalization reports, X-rays, etc. For students with neurodevelopmental disorders (DYS, ADHD, ASD, etc.), bring along a standardized speech therapy and/or occupational therapy and/or neuropsychology report, or any other document.
2. Make an appointment with an HSE doctor
The doctor assesses and prescribes accommodations based on your needs. Appointments must be made :
- before November 15, 2023 for the 1st semester of the 2023-2024 academic year
- before March 15, 2024 for the 2nd semester of the 2023-2024 academic year
At the end of this consultation, the doctor liaises with Mission Handicap to set up possible accommodations.
Please note: if the above deadlines are not met, you will not be able to benefit from the accommodations for the current semester.
Personal difficulties, low morale, exhaustion, stress, anxiety, tension, depression and more. There are many ways of providing psychological support when you need it. Taking care of yourself also means taking care of your mental health!
To better understand mental health and what influences it, dive into the Mental Cosmos on video.
At the USMB, psychologists are on hand to welcome you free of charge in the Health Service Etudiant Health Servicefor one or more sessions.
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Entrance H of the IUT building
Contact: Romain Chambard / 04 79 75 88 51
Campus du Bourget
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Building 12A, next to BU
Contact: Romain Chambard / 04 79 75 86 56
Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays
Contact: Olivier Caille / 04 79 75 85 44
8 free off-campus sessions
On prescription from your GP or a professional from the USMB Student Health Service, you can take advantage of a series of 8 free sessions with psychologists from the Santé Psy or Mon Parcours Psy programs.
Nightline, the hotline by and for students
Need to vent in the privacy of anonymity, in French or English? Trained in active listening, Nightline 's student volunteers are there for you, in the evening, by chat or by phone.
Don't wait until you're feeling ill to take care of yourself! Throughout the year, take advantage of free wellness activities on your campus. Sophrology, Yoga-Pilates or animal mediation, a host of workshops await you on theCampus Calendar.
Sexual health is important for yourself and others! The SSE nurses at at sexual health consultations open toeveryone, regardless of gender, practices or questions! They can advice also on contraception and and STIS. An opportunity to make sure everyone is safe and check that everything's okay.
Every year, the SSE organizes several free screening campaigns on campus for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). HIV screening is also free in the laboratory, even without a prescription or appointment.
What to do if you forget to take your pill?
The important thing is to react quickly and correctly! As the steps to take differ according to the brand and type of pill, Santé publique France provides you with online guidance.
The practical Insta account
Love, sexuality, contraception: get all the information and advice you need on the Savoie Center for Affective and Sexual Health's Insta account.
A tool for taking stock of your relationships with partners, friends and family.
The VSS reporting platform
The USMB is fully committed to the fight against all types of violence (sexual and gender-based violence - SGBV; moral harassment; discrimination). Secure and confidential, the reporting platform ensures a reliable and secure process to facilitate the collection, handling and processing of alerts, whether you are victims or witnesses.
On every USMB campus, Crous social workers listen to you and advise you on how to resolve any financial, material, family and/or personal difficulties you may encounter during your studies.
- Annecy campus: Mondays (at SSE) and Tuesdays (Crous Tom Morel residence)
- Campus du Bourget: Wednesdays (at SEE)
- Jacob campus: Thursdays and Fridays (building 20 EVE)
Need to make an appointment during the year? Simply go to the CROUS platform, choose CROUS de Grenoble in the "Which Crous" drop-down menu, then Social Services in the "Which theme" drop-down menu, and enter your place of study or residence.
Monday morning drop-in sessions are also available on the Jacob-Bellecombette campus, and are open to students from the Bourget-du-Lac campus.
Résidence Crous Tom Morel
Campus du Bourget
Bât 12 - Service de Santé Étudiante
Online appointment booking
Contact: Julie Michel / 04 79 75 84 68
Bât 20 - Espace de Vie Étudiante
Online appointments and walk-in Monday, 9am to 12pm
Contacts Julie Michel - 04 79 75 84 68 / Alexandra Millet - 04 79 75 85 39
Disability, health problem, accident, illness: does your health situation have an impact on your studies?
The Cellule d'Accueil et d'Accompagnement des étudiants en situation de handicap (C2AESH or Mission handicap) welcomes and supports you throughout your university career, right up to your professional integration, whatever your situation (physical, sensory or psychological disability, dyslexia or a long-term disabling health problem).
It offers you a personal welcome and administrative support, and works closely with the SSE to put in place study and examination arrangementsaccording to your individual profile.
Find all the practical information you need in the Guide de l'étudiant en situation de handicap.
Present on the university's 3 campuses, the 3 disability advisors provide a wide range of support services. You can contact them at
- to be referred to professionals if you think you may have a disability
- for information on applying for accommodation or adapted housing
- for assistance in obtaining recognition of your disability by the Maison Départementale des Personnes Handicapées (MDPH) (Departmental House for the Disabled)
- for help with career guidance and internship placement, in conjunction with the Bureau d'Insertion Professionnelle (BAIP).
Bâtiment 3A - Rez-de-chaussée
Tuesday and Thursday 9am-1pm / 2pm-5pm
Tel: 04 50 09 24 96
Campus du Bourget
Bâtiment 8C - Bureau 17
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:30am-12:30pm / 1:30pm-5pm
Tel: 04 79 75 91 56 or 04 50 09 24 96
Building 20 - Office 20049
Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30am-12:30pm / 1:30pm-5pm
Tel: 04 79 75 91 56
Les Étudiants Relais Santé
The mission of ERS students is to promote peer-to-peer exchanges in prevention and health promotion initiatives within the student community.
They also help students and student associations organize responsible parties, build and run year-round health promotion initiatives on campus, and develop prevention tools.
4 health relay students are present on each campus. Need to contact them? The ERS can be reached by e-mail.