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Health and Wellness

Our Resources

Need any extra support coping with a personal or emotional issue? Our staff is here to help.

St. Augustine Hall

Counseling & Consultation

The staff at the Center for Counseling & Consultation (CCC) is dedicated to helping students.

Residence Village

Sexual Assault

You are not alone in what happened to you, or in how you feel, no matter what form your experience took.

Students Sitting on Campus in the fall


SOAR works to prevent and reduce the traumatic impact of sexual assault, dating and relationship violence, and stalking.

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Crisis Intervention

Residence Village

Disability Services

We aid students with permanent and temporary disabilities in gaining access to the educational possibilities here.

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Student Health Services

We can help you obtain your optimal level of well being; our services are free and confidential for all students.

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Wellness Education

Our Wellness Education Team wants to put the information you need to make healthy choices in your hands.

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Campus Recreation

Looking for opportunities to participate in a variety of formal and informal activities.

At St John’s, we know that being healthy and being successful go hand in hand. This is a time for you to learn what it takes to care for yourself not only during college but for the rest of your life.


Take advantage of a free and confidential online self-screenings. These can help you quickly learn more about yourself and whether you might benefit from additional support to get yourself back on track.

We know that college life presents its challenges. High stress levels and other events can lead to difficulty in coping with situations.

These things can happen to anyone at any time. Whether you live on campus, commute, live far away from home, have family challenges, or are simply feeling blue and aren't sure what's going on, these tools can be a first step in helping you.

The free, confidential online self-screening tools below can help you learn more about yourself and if you might benefit from additional support to get back on track.

eCheckups to Go

The eCheckup to Go tools are interactive surveys that allows you to learn about your alcohol and marijunana use patterns and receive feedback about your use of them. The assessments take about 6-7 minutes each, are self-guided, and require no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.

Go to Alcohol eCheckup to Go

Go to Marijuana eCheckup to Go

From the Blog

St. John's Alumna and Mental Health Advocate, Priscilla Agyeman

Prioritizing Your Mental Health in the Workplace: Q&A with Priscilla O. Agyeman ’16C

Balancing mental health and work responsibilities can be a challenging task. However, it is crucial to prioritize your well-being and seek support when needed to achieve personal growth and career success.
During this Q&A session, we speak with Priscilla O. Agyeman ’16C, a St. John’s alumna and mental health advocate. She shares her personal experience with mental health issues and the strategies she uses to navigate mental health in the workplace successfully. She also discusses the mental health resources she offers through her company, Saddie Baddies®.

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