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Health and Wellness

According to the Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS), institutions should strive to respond to the diverse health and wellness needs of its students by reducing incidences of mental/physical distress and illness/injury. Furthermore, CAS suggests that institutions should promote health and wellness as a strategy to support student learning; and advocate for the safety of its students. Student Affairs strives to meet the health and wellness needs of our students by providing a variety of services: health services, health screenings and assessments, suicide and violence prevention initiatives, stress management skills, alcohol and substance abuse screenings and assessments, wellness education programs, and counseling in the areas of personal, educational, interpersonal relationships, family, social, alcohol and substance abuse, and psychological issues.