Student Wellness Services
Student Wellness Services provides mental health, medical, and wellness education services. Integrating these services into a single department in the Division of Student Affairs, Student Wellness Services strives to improve student access to a range of wellness services, enable us to reach out to students needing help, and allow for a collaborative practice that will better meet student’s complex needs.
Student Wellness Services, counseling
Marcus White, Room 205
A wide range of personal counseling services and wellness programs are offered. All services and programs are provided at no cost to currently enrolled students. Students are encouraged to seek assistance as soon as they become aware that a personal, psychological, or behavioral concern is interfering with their well being and ability to manage their academic responsibilities.
Student Wellness Services, health
Marcus White Annex
University Health Services offers routine medical care by appointment to all students. We provide evaluation and treatment of illnesses and injuries for a wide variety of acute problems from upper respiratory infections and sexually transmitted infections to injuries and concussions. We work with your primary care provider to manage chronic problems and work with local specialists and hospitals to handle other medical concerns. We also offer some immunizations, contraceptive counseling and management, hearing screens, and several specialty clinics such as an allergy shot clinic.
Office of Diversity and Equity
Davidson Hall, Room 102
The Office of Diversity and Equity oversees policy on persons with disabilities. The office investigates complaints of discrimination.
Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Resource Team (SART)
Davidson Hall, Room 103
You are not alone!
Central Access & Student Development (CASD)
Barnard Hall, Room 219
Potential students and students of CCSU (including graduate students) who are in recovery from mental health and/or substance abuse and students who have been served by one or more State Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services programs in the past may use these services.
Willard Hall, Suite 101
The Learning Center offers math and statistics tutoring, one-on-one appointments for assistance in study skills strategies, Master Student course (a one credit study skills strategies course) and placement testing.
Career Success Center
Willard Hall, Suite 103
The Career Success Center advises and helps students to develop and implement academic career plans. Academic advising is available for all students who have not yet selected a major and for those who would like to reconsider their choices. Undecided students receive their primary academic advising from the Advising Center Staff.
Willard Hall, Room 102
The Office of Veterans Affairs at Central Connecticut State University assists veterans, service members, and dependents with the transition from military life to campus culture.
Community and Other Resources:
Dept. of Rehab Services
55 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
Maximizing opportunities for people with disabilities in Connecticut to live, learn and work independently.
Dept. Of Labor
200 Folly Brook Boulevard
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Assisting workers and employers to become competitive in the global economy.
860-273-8255 Press 1
Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs
287 West Street
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
The Institute of Living
200 Retreat Ave.
Hartford, CT 06106
Providing state-of-the-art treatments with proven effectiveness, conduct meaningful research on the nature and treatment of anxiety and educate mental health professionals in research and treatment
91 Northwest Drive
Plainville, CT 06062
Services include mental health and substance abuse recovery, primary care, child welfare, community justice, early childhood, education services and prevention.
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.
PO Box 895
New Britain, CT 06050
Prudence Crandall Center is dedicated to helping individuals achieve lives free of domestic violence by providing care, advocacy, support, and education.