Health & Wellness:
Resources & Programs

Campus Health, Counseling & Psychological Services, Student Wellness, Campus Recreation

Campus Health

  • A wealth of Campus Health services are available to you, from dental services to flu vaccines to low cost pharmacies to primary care.
  • If you have paid the Campus Health fee, you can use Campus Health for that term. Learn more about who can use Campus Health.
  • Many services at Campus Health are available to you at no further charge.
  • You need an appointment for most non-urgent situations. Schedule online for primary care, gynecology, nutrition, and immunizations. Appointments for all services are available by phone at 919-966-2281 or request using the Healthy Heels web portal.
  • Parking is available for you while you are visiting Campus Health.

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

  • A variety of CAPS Services are available to you, including initial assessments, medication management, individual therapy, group therapy (e.g., dissertation groups, parenting groups), and coping skills workshops.
  • First-time counseling services are available the same day without an appointment on the third floor of Campus Health.
  • Access a confidential online self-assessment to learn more about your specific mental health needs.
  • For self-guided work, check out the CAPS page on common mental health topics.
  • Parking is available for you while you are visiting CAPS.

Student Wellness

  • A range of programs and services are available to you, including graduate student-focused workshops on self-care, healthy relationships, stress management, mindfulness, sleep management, and wellness coaching appointments.
  • Watch for in-person workshops throughout the year in collaboration with The Graduate School and on-line webinars to be posted for easy access and reference.
  • Remember to consider the eight dimensions of wellness — it's not just about physical and emotional health!
  • NOTE: All new students are required to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention module before the end of the first semester.

Campus Recreation

  • A range of programs and facilities available to you, including group fitness classes, intramural sports, and dedicated expeditions designed to build community among graduate and professional students.
  • Every student receives an automatic recreation membership through enrollment and payment of mandatory student fees, at the cost of $105/year. Student membership is effective only during currently enrolled semesters.
  • Remember that physical health is important to overall health and well-being and tightly connected to other aspects of health and wellness. Even if it's just 15-20 minutes a day, get up and engage in some form of physical activity! Your body will ultimately thank you for it.

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