The physical and mental wellbeing of our students is one of our top priorities. As students return to campus while still living through a global pandemic, this support is more important than ever. By giving today, you are helping to ensure we provide the best possible on-campus care when our students need it the most.
Your gift to Health and Counseling Services will help us enhance our support services by providing:
- Assistance for financially insecure students’ to cover prescription costs, food and personal hygiene items
- Recovery assistance for students impacted by COVID-19
- Programming that focuses on suicide awareness, nutrition, stress management, mental health and more
- Testing equipment to screen for various medical conditions most likely to affect their age group
We Need Your Help!
Help us lighten the burden on our students and keep them healthy so they can focus on what they came here for—a quality education.
Join us in supporting our students' wellbeing this year with a gift to Health and Counseling Services-- all gifts will be generously matched by an anonymous alumni donor from the class of 1991 up to $2,500.
About Health and Counseling Services
Whether a student is concerned about their sleeping habits, nutrition, a minor injury, illness or needs help managing anxiety, MSOE's Health and Counseling Services are here to serve our students.
At MSOE, we do everything we can to keep our students safe but illness and injuries are a part of life. Our Health Services Office offers assessment, diagnosis and treatment by a certified nurse practitioner for common health problems students may face. Health Services also acts as a resource by referring to local specialists if needed and providing health and wellness coaching.
1 in 3 college students in the United States will struggle with depression while in school. MSOE Counseling Services is here to support our students with healthy and productive coping mechanisms and intervention as needed. Counseling Services offers a confidential space for students to address difficulties they may be facing while pursuing their education goals including study habits, social conflicts, self-esteem, career decision making, stress, anxiety, and other personal concerns.
To learn more about MSOE Health and Counseling Services visit msoe.edu/counseling-services or msoe.edu/health-services