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Counseling & Health Center

Our Services

Services available to currently enrolled UW-Green Bay students only.

The Counseling and Health Center provides an on-campus medical clinic and opportunity for counseling on personal and social concerns. The Counseling and Health Center is right here on campus located in SS1400 (Student Services room 1400).

Office hours are: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday

Stop in or call us at (920) 465-2380 for an appointment.

All currently enrolled UW-Green Bay students are eligible for services. There is no charge to see a nurse or a counselor. For all other costs for service, please visit our Fees page.

Counseling Services

We offer counseling to all students. Counselors can assist students in dealing with a wide range of personal issues, providing short term counseling, crisis intervention, information and referral.

Issues that students often seek assistance with include but are not limited to concerns such as:

  • study habits
  • relationship issues
  • adjustment to school
  • procrastination
  • eating disorders
  • depression
  • alcohol and drug concerns
  • test anxiety
  • self exploration

Consultation

Our staff is also available to discuss any concerns that you may have regarding the emotional well being of someone else. For example, if you have a roommate who you think has an eating disorder, you might like to talk to a counselor about how to approach the situation. Just call (920) 465-2380 to make an appointment to consult with a counselor.

Health Services

Health services include assessment of illness and injury; over-the-counter medications; information on health related issues; tuberculosis skin testing; routine immunizations; immunizations for travel abroad; laboratory testing, reproductive health care; student health insurance; and equipment loan.

Confidentiality Statement

Please visit the Confidentiality Statement.

Confidentiality Statement

Maintaining confidentiality of service is an office priority. All counseling and medical records are confidential and are not part of your academic records. Records are not available to anyone without your written consent.

There are rare exceptions to confidentiality. Exceptions include possible suicide, homicide or recent/intended serious violation of the law. Illegal possession of drugs for personal use disclosed during an appointment will be kept confidential in accordance with federal law.

For more information, please see our Patient Bill of Rights.

Our Mission

The mission of the counseling and health services is to foster optimal psychosocial learning and adjustment to students /employees along with promoting a health and wellness philosophy as integral components of an effective educational process. We are committed to promoting optimal individual health and to working collaboratively with other campus departments in the creation and maintenance of a healthy campus social, learning and employment environment.