Medical Campus (MCV) Resources
The Dean of Students office helps all VCU students have a successful and fulfilling student experience. Some specific services that are available to MCV campus students can be found on this page. Please note, a much longer and more comprehensive list of VCU resources for all students (including MCV students) can be found on the Dean of Students On-Campus Resources Page.
Dean of Students Office
Advocates for and assists students dealing with life situations that are impacting their academic and personal success at VCU. Offers support and resources for students, staff, faculty, parents and community members who are concerned for a student’s well-being.
1110 East Broad St., Suite 205 (Hunton Student Center)
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Division for Academic Success
Graduate & Professional Student Programming Board (GSPB)
Develops a culture of engagement through coordination of social, personal and professional enrichment and community engagement programs at the MCV and Monroe Park Campuses.
1110 East Broad St., Room 305 (Hunton Student Center)
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MCV Campus Recreation Center
7500 square foot fitness center offering free weights, functional training and cardio equipment, racquetball and squash courts, two court gymnasium, group exercise and cycling studios, aquatic center, mat room and power training room. Programs include Intramural Sports, Sports Clubs, Wellness, Massage Therapy, Group Exercise classes, Swim Lessons, Outdoor Adventure and a wide range of certifications.
900 Turpin St. (Larrick Student Center)
Visit website for hours.
Military Student Services
Works with veterans, active service members, spouses and dependents to ease the transition from military life to academics. Addresses the unique needs of military students from application to graduation and beyond.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
Assists traditionally underserved and/or underrepresented student populations (i.e. race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender) through advising, support, program development, retention, mentoring and by promoting an appreciation of diversity throughout the campus community.
Rams In Recovery
Rams In Recovery supports students in recovery through mutual aid recovery meetings, a scholarship program, and a recovery clubhouse. They also create a more equitable campus community through Recovery Ally Training, Naloxone Training and the Free Hot Coffee Bike.
Rams in Recovery Clubhouse
1103 W Marshall St.
9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
P: (804) 366-8027
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student Experience focuses specifically on the qualitative experience of being a health sciences student and develops strategies to enhance that experience. The office has developed a comprehensive system of assistance by attending to student success, student satisfaction and student support.
VCU Recreation and Well-Being (RecWell) was created to bring together two separate departments with the same vision of making VCU a healthier and happier place to learn, work, and grow.
Even though the name has changed, the commitment of both Recreational Sports and the Health Promotion and Well-Being Center to you has not changed. We are still continuing to offer the high-quality programs and services you have come to expect and rely on.
The Well promotes wellness as the foundation for student success by providing support and resources for: empowering students to practice safer and healthy behaviors, fostering inclusive and diverse environments, and advocating for systemic change. Provides education and outreach on health topics that impact student well-being. Don’t forget to check out the MCV Campus Special Editions of the Stall Seat Journal in a bathroom near you.
101 S. Linden St.
P: (804) 828-9355
VCU Recreation offers a diversity of programmed and informal recreational, fitness and sports activities for the VCU community. Resources include: recreation spaces, open recreation courts, equipment checkout and rental, space reservations, tennis/ racquetball court reservations.
P: (804) 827-1100
University Counseling Services
Provides confidential evaluation and consultation for students about best options for mental health care. When clinically indicated, UCS can provide group therapy, brief individual therapy and couples therapy to students. Offers confidential advocacy services for sexual and intimate partner violence and stalking.
1000 East Marshall St., Room 412 (VMI Building)
Visit website for hours
After Hours: (804) 828-6200
University Student Commons & Activities (USC&A)
Offers resources and hosts events through two facilities on the MCV Campus. The Larrick Student Center accommodates large-scale events, while the Hunton Student Center easily welcomes students, faculty and staff in a warm atmosphere.
University Student Health Services
Provides quality outpatient medical care and public health services to students. Some clinical services available are primary care, women’s health, immunizations, travel clinic and pharmacy and laboratory services.
1000 East Marshall St., Room 305 (VMI Building)
M-TH: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m
F: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
VCU Career Services
Provides assistance with career-related questions, such as job search planning, document review, interview preparation, networking and negotiating.
1110 East Broad St., Room 205 (Hunton Student Center)
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