Healthy living is a strategy that supports academic and personal success.
Your well-being is important to us! There are many resources designed to promote healthy lifestyles and living. Whether you want to challenge yourself by setting higher goals or need support getting back on track, there’s someone here for you! If you notice yourself feeling off balanced or overwhelmed, consider connecting with one of these many resources on campus.
Nutrition Advising @ Campus Recreation – In addition to offering aquatics, intramural sports, sports clubs, and group and individual fitness opportunities, Campus Recreation also offers wellness resources such as nutrition advising and meditation.
There are many people and resources available to support your wellness, including the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, Center for Health Promotion, Center for Women and Community, UMass Men and Masculinities Center, and University Health Services. Learn more about these resources.
I’m not feeling well. What should I do?
Visit University Health Services right here on campus. For immediate needs, they offer walk-in care.
I think I may need to talk with someone about a tough situation I’m going through.
There’s no shame in needing some extra support during your time at UMass. Friends, relatives, and advisors are all people to lean on during your time at college. The Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) is also a wonderful resource for all students.
If you are feeling like you need help right away or are experiencing a crisis, please reach out for 24-hour crisis support by calling the main CCPH phone line at (413) 545-2337.