Health and Counseling Services
With a full-service health center, counseling experts in a spectrum of student questions and concerns, and off-hours resources, we are here to support your physical, emotional, and mental health needs whenever you need us.
Compassionate Care for Our Community
Located at 76 Park Street, the Diana B. Torrey ’82 Health and Counseling Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and provides off-hours resources and support.
From treating chronic illness to common colds, emergency treatments to routine healthcare check-ups, we’ll work with you to ensure you’re covered with comprehensive and confidential care.
Our counselors are experts on common issues college students face, including individual counseling, support groups, workshops, trainings, and campus-wide wellness events. We’re here to support your transition to college and empower you as an active partner in your wellness journey.
We know your health and wellness needs don’t always follow a 9-to-5 schedule.
Our support for you isn’t limited to one, either. For off-hours support, you can use the 24/7 crisis and counseling line or arrange transport via Campus Safety and Security to alternative health care options in town.
Wellness at a Glance
on-campus healthcare providers and counselors
They specialize in the issues college students face most often and are available by appointment.
With appointments offered Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., connections to local experts and resources, and an off-hours crisis and counseling line, we have you covered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We can work with you to transfer your prescriptions to our health center on campus, another pharmacy in town, or continue service from your hometown provider. Your health is your choice.
of students live on campus
Which means you'll have a strong peer support network everywhere you go.
Students start new health and wellness initiatives all the time, including:
- Active Minds
- SLU Health & Fitness Club
- SLU Nutrition Club
- L.I.G.H.T. House Yoga
- SLU Peer Health Network
“How can I help?” That’s a question Laurentians love to ask. And there are plenty of answers! You’ll find many ways to impact others during your time at St. Lawrence.
One thing that distinguishes our campus community is that our students are passionate about compassion. See a need? You can start your own club or organization to provide additional wellness opportunities, like our SLU Peer Health Network, a new club formed in response to student mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.