Dear SU Students:
As the end of the quarter, final exams, and the holidays approach — and the days continue to get shorter — now is a great time to consider all the great mental health and wellness support resources available to you here at Seattle University. Whether you are experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, sleep disruptions, loneliness, or other concerns, we are here to help. We hope you will consider reaching out to any of these resources that you might find helpful during your time as a Redhawk:
Did you know you can refer yourself or another student to the Seattle University CARE Team for some extra support? Upon receiving your referral, we will reach out with information about support resources and an invitation to meet to talk about how things are going and how we might support you. Submit a referral for yourself or a friend here.
Seattle University offers access to 24/7 medical and mental telehealth for enrolled students from anywhere in the United States through our partner, TimelyCare. This service provides on-demand medical consultations, scheduled medical and counseling appointments and more with no out-of-pocket cost or insurance requirement. Access TimelyCare using your Seattle University credentials at https://timelycare.com/seattleu.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
Pavilion 120 / 206-296-6090
CAPS provides confidential short-term individual psychotherapy for students and referral services for those requiring specialized longer-term care. These services are provided free of charge to enrolled students. CAPS staff are licensed to practice in Washington State only. For students who reside outside of Washington State, CAPS can assist you with referrals in your area. All clinical services are confidential.
Download in the iOS or Google Play Store
All Seattle University students get free, premium access to this helpful app that provides daily tools for stress, anxiety, and depression alongside a supportive community. The app includes features that are based on cognitive behavioral therapy & mindfulness meditation.
Available 24/7 — use your Seattle U email address at sign up to receive free, premium access.
Student Health Center (SHC)
Bellarmine Hall 107 / 206-296-6300
Did you know that Seattle University has a full-service primary care clinic right here on campus in Bellarmine Hall? The Student Health Center offers medical services, immunizations, physical exams, mental health treatment, acute care, women’s health services, laboratory services, and more. All students pay a flat $5.00 visit fee to see a Nurse Practitioner, and no insurance is required. Learn more at https://www.seattleu.edu/student-health/. Visits at the Student Health Center are confidential.
Wellness & Health Promotion and Health & Wellness Crew (HAWC)
Student Center 380 | 206-296-2593
Wellness and Health Promotion, along with the Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) peer health educators, empowers healthy decision-making through education, prevention, and peer support. We work with students individually to provide resources and help develop a plan for sustainable wellbeing. Learn about our team, services, and events on the Wellness and Health Promotion ConnectSU, Instagram, and webpage.
I wish you the best and hope you won’t hesitate to reach out if we can help.
James Willette, Ph.D.
Associate Provost & Dean of Students