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Health Services

Find student health resources available on campus, from physical wellness to psychological and emotional support services, to prevention programs.

Counseling & Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual and group counseling, crisis interventions, psychiatric consultation, and referral services. We are a culturally diverse professional staff of licensed clinical social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and post-doctoral residents. Students consult with CAPS about a variety of personal, behavioral and relationship problems, such as depression, anxiety, stress, interpersonal relationship issues, academic concerns, identity issues, trauma, grief and loss, etc.

All services are free and confidential for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who have paid their student services fees. When you're ready to make a first-time appointment at CAPS, please call (858) 534-3755 or come to the Central Office located at Galbraith Hall 190 (map) and request to schedule a first-time appointment.

CAPS also offers a number of free well-being programs, including:

Explore the CAPS website to learn about all student programs and services:

Student Health Services

Student Health Services provides quality primary medical and urgent care with support services such as laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy, nutrition, and optometry. We have board certified primary care physicians and nurse practitioners. Some of our providers also have additional training and expertise in reproductive health, sports medicine, urgent care, and mental/ behavioral health.

Student Health Services is located on Library Walk, west of the Price Center, south of Geisel Library (map).

Health Promotion Services

Health Promotion Services (HPS) promotes policies and activities that enhance personal health and contribute to a healthy campus community. HPS supports all students in establishing and maintaining behaviors that contribute to your health now, and in the future.

Students can come to HPS for individual health education related to alcohol/ tobacco/ other drugs, sexual health, mental well-being, resilience, body composition, and other topics. HPS also provides student support for recovery from substance misuse.

Campus groups can request HPS programs on a variety of health-promoting topics tailored to their group’s needs and facilitated by peer educators or professional staff.

Visit the Zone

The Zone is a lounge for student well-being designed to promote healthy, balanced living. The Zone's free programs include financial literacy, active well-being, career development, therapy dogs, de-stress events, healthy cooking demos, craft workshops and more. It's also a space to relax, charge your devices, study, de-stress with a cup of tea, or just hang out.

The Zone is located in Price Center Plaza, on the ground floor next to Jamba Juice (map).