Mental Health & Wellness

Mental Health & Wellness

The Wellness Resource Center 

The Wellness Resource Center plans and conducts workshops/presentations in classrooms, fraternities/ sororities and residence halls to support health awareness. The department hosts several different projects throughout the year including The Clothesline Project, Red Lounge, National Campus Safety Awareness Month, Take Back the Night, Vagina Monologues, Walk a Mile in her Shoes, and Lavender Graduation. 

In addition, The Wellness Resource Center provides a safe space for students to receive free, anonymous, or confidential health information in a supportive environment, including:

  • Individual wellness consultations 
  • Condom availability 
  • HIV Testing 

Tuttleman Counseling Services 

Tuttleman Counseling Services provides licensed psychologists and counselors. Some common issues that are addressed, individually or in groups, include:

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Relationship problems
  • Sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases
  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues
  • Racism
  • Sexism
  • Academic performance, and career decisions