The Office of
Wellness and College Success Go Hand in Hand
The primary mission of the Department of Student Health, Counseling and Wellness is to support the academic and student development needs of Wiley College. We provide a warm, open, and supportive atmosphere in which all students can feel welcomed and appreciated. Our services assist in the physical, emotional, intellectual, and personal well-being of our diverse student population. Ultimately, Student Health, Counseling and Wellness is committed to cultivating student wellness, and we are available whenever you are in need.
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: Appointments
Monday & Tuesday: Health Education Days
Wednesday – Friday: Nurse Visit days by appointment or walk-ins
One-on-one sessions with a counselor can help students define goals, make decisions and solve problems related to personal, social, educational and career concerns. Appointments are recommended, but crises counseling is available during regular business hours. Appointments are typically 45 minutes to an hour.
Group counseling offers students with similar experiences the opportunity to learn from one another as well as the group leader. A group can serve as a support network for students who feel alone in their present concern.
Immediate, short term counseling to stop a critical emotional incident from occurring.
Medications that do not require a prescription, are provided to students following a brief health assessment at no additional charge.
Our trained nurse will provide assistance to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery. This includes initial intervention in a serious condition prior to extended medical care.
When extensive treatment warrants, the nurse will aid in coordinating services with a physician.
Counselors are available to host workshops in classrooms and residential halls. Some outreach activities include annual screening events for suicide, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and alcohol use. For more information and requests regarding outreach programs, contact Dr. Lundy.
Are you concerned about a friend, student or loved one? Student Health, Counseling and Wellness staff are available for confidential in person and phone consultations during business hours.
What to Expect
We are committed to supporting your needs in a safe, non judgmental, and confidential manner.
For your first session at Student Health, Counseling & Wellness, you’ll typically be asked to arrive about 15 minutes before your appointment to fill out some paperwork.
The first appointment is called the intake appointment. The goal of this appointment is to find out your concerns and figure out an effective way to help you.
Next, you and the counselor or nurse will discuss different options to address your problems and help you feel better. You may decide to start treatment at the counseling center, seek medical treatment, participate in group therapy or you may be given a referral to see a provider outside of campus.
If you can’t make your scheduled appointment, be sure to contact the center at least 24 hours beforehand.