Student Health Resources

Student Health Resources


MATC’s Health and Wellness team offers a variety of resources to support student health education and promote self-care. We assist with personal health promotion activities, basic health and personal needs, and provide referral services to outside healthcare providers as needed.

In serving students, we advocate for health equity, a culture of compassion, social justice and overall improvement of wellness. We work with community partners and offer community resources within areas where students live and work. 

We are located in the Downtown Milwaukee Campus, H Building, Room H302. 
Students can schedule appointments through EAB Navigate or using the EAB Navigate LINK:

Medical Care

  • FastCare (link) - Students currently enrolled at MATC can be treated for nonemergency minor illness and injuries.
  • Emergency Assistance
    • Suicide and Crisis Lifelife: 988 (text or call) 
    • Campus Public Safety: 414-297-6588
      (Public Safety can facilitate ambulance or assistance with 911 while on campus.)


(locations at Downtown Milwaukee Campus unless otherwise specified)

Drug and Alcohol Resources

Visit the Student Right to Know page (link)

Wellness Services

Meditation Spaces

To reflect and meditate. Available first come, first served basis. Use Principles: Silence electronic devices; Be respectful of others using the shared space; Keep space clean

  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus: M342(Students and employees)
  • Mequon Campus: A252a in library (Students and employees)
  • Oak Creek Campus: A202B in library (Students and employees)
  • West Allis Camus: Room 134 (Students and employees)

Lactation Rooms 

Private, clean and comfortable space to pump or nurse babies. For entry, contact campus main office or Public Safety. 

  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus: C285/C287 and H215
  • Mequon Campus: A218A
  • Oak Creek Campus: A144
  • West Allis Campus: AC134

Mamava Lactation Pods

Wheelchair-accessible for use by MATC students, employees and guests who are breastfeeding. 

Powered by a smart technology system: Download Mamava app on any smartphone or tablet.

  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus: Study node next to T203
  • Oak Creek Campus: A228

Quiet Spaces 

To study, think or dream. 

Downtown Milwaukee Campus

  • Study nodes on the 2nd floor of M, T, and C buildings. 
  • Center corridor lounge areas in the main building floors 2-6. 
  • S Building
    • 1st floor coffee shop
    • 3rd floor cafe
    • 3rd floor new convenience 
    • store and student area (coming soon)
    • atrium areas floors 1-3
  • T Building, 3rd floor green roof (outside space with greenery and benches for lunch or studying)
  • H Building, 3rd floor connector bridge
  • Pocket park (outside space with greenery and benches for lunch or studying)
  • Library

Mequon Campus

  • A101 cafeteria
  • Patio area off of the cafeteria (outside space with greenery and benches for lunch or studying)
  • Library

Oak Creek Campus

  • Trail
  • ECAM lobby and corridor lounge areas
  • Lobby between A and B buildings
  • Common space outside of A106
  • A100 Cafeteria
  • Patio area off of the cafeteria (outside space with greenery and benches for lunch or studying)
  • Library and Common area outside of the library

West Allis Campus

  • A114 Student Lounge
  • A121 Cafeteria
  • A137 Student Center
  • Lounge nodes on the 2nd and 3rd floors near vending machines
  • Outside patio area on West side of building
  • Library

Your Voice Matters

We worked collaboratively with the MATC Holistic Health and Wellness Committee to gain an understanding of student health needs through a survey.

The committee reviewed existing student services across the district, then built on our strengths, worked to increase awareness and use of existing student resources, and identified strategies to reduce gaps in requested student services. 

Here is the 2023-24 Holistic Health and Wellness Committee Team Charter (link)