The Jay Johnson Wellness Center
The Jay Johnson Wellness Center promotes the development of the whole person and encourages a lifestyle in students and the university community which integrates emotional, intellectual, physical, social, spiritual, and vocational well-being. Through a conscious, professional, and caring process, the Wellness Center staff assist students in modifying or removing barriers to learning and empower them to discern and pursue their own personal mission. Student Health and Counseling Services staff embody the Lasallian charism and work as a team to fulfill this mission — responsively through a holistic approach to all dimensions of well-being and proactively through educating, motivating, and serving as liaisons for students among other university and community services.
Our registered nurse and nurse practitioner provide full-time, compassionate care to help you meet your health and wellness needs. Staff are able to diagnose, treat, and write prescriptions for common illnesses and injuries.
- Treatment of minor illness/injury
- Management of certain chronic conditions
- Sports physicals
- Health education
- Over-the-counter and prescription medications
- Medical supplies
- Laboratory testing
- Referrals to off-campus services
- Strep Throat
Counseling Services is staffed by objective, non-judgmental, caring, mental health professionals. Students who come to counseling are seeking the best in life for themselves, and are willing to make changes in their lives that allow them to live life to the fullest. Many students encounter issues that interfere with their studies, relationships, or with their peace of mind and well-being.
Common concerns include:
- Academic difficulties (i.e., anxiety, motivation, procrastination, ADHD, performance, learning difficulties)
- Adjustment to college life (i.e. sleep, homesickness, stress)
- Alcohol and substance abuse
- Assertive communication and self-esteem
- Depressed and anxious mood
- Diversity and cultural differences
- Eating and body image concerns
- Family difficulties
- Sexual and identity concerns
- Grief and loss
- Recovery from trauma
- Relationship problems
Monday – Friday
8:20 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
while classes are in session
In order to provide the time and attention that each student deserves, staff see students primarily by appointment. Often appointments are available for the same day. Walk-in patients will be seen as time allows.
There is no fee for on-site services or laboratory tests. The cost of off-campus services (i.e. referrals, prescription medications, treatments, supplies, testing) is the responsibility of the student.
All Wellness Center contacts and records are held in strict confidence. Information will not be released to parents, faculty, administration, peers, or anyone else without the student’s consent. An exception is made if a life-threatening situation arises.