Health and wellness are two sides of the same coin. Health refers to physical, mental, and social well-being. Wellness aims to enhance well-being. Health is the goal, wellness is the action behind reaching your goals.
Confidential Advocates at University Counseling Services can help students determine their needs in regards to health (physical, mental and emotional), reporting options and academic concerns after experiencing sexual assault, dating violence, and/or stalking.
Updates from the Division of Student Affairs Senior Vice Provost Office.
Still need to get immunizations before classes start? Need an annual check-up or not feeling well? University Student Health Services offers a wide range of services! Remember, all students must submit immunizations records before their first semester and should do so through the Student Health Web Portal.
Rams in Recovery is VCU's Collegiate Recovery Program which works to ensure that students do not have to choose between their recovery and their education.
The Resilience Lab, by The Well, helps students learn mindful techniques as a way to manage stress, and improve well-being.
University Counseling Services provides therapy services for a wide array of groups including individuals, groups and couples. There are also topic-based self-help resources available.