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Student Health, WVUHealthcare – 304.285.7200

Student Health is now located on the ground floor of the new Health & Education Building on the Evansdale Campus adjacent to the Student Recreation Center. Students should take the PRT and exit at the Towers Station.

WELLWVU 800-293-WELL http://well.wvu.edu/

Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services 304.293.4431

The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services is now located on the 2nd floor of the new Health & Education Building on the Evansdale Campus adjacent to the Student Recreation Center. Students should take the PRT and exit at the Towers Station.

Office of Wellness & Health Promotion 304.293.5054 or wellwvu@mail.wvu.edu

The Office of Wellness and Health Promotion is now located on the 1st floor of the new Health & Education Building on the Evansdale Campus adjacent to the Student Recreation Center. Students should take the PRT and exit at the Towers Station.

Student Assistance Program 304.293.4431

The Student Assistance Program is now located on the 2nd floor of the new Health & Education Building on the Evansdale Campus adjacent to the Student Recreation Center. Students should take the PRT and exit at the Towers Station.

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WELL News

If you enjoy locally-grown fruits and veggies, AKA “freggies,” then you’re in luck! The WELLWVU Farmer’s Market will be conveniently located in front of the Mountainlair every Thursday from 11am – 2pm beginning August 28 and concluding October 30.

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WELLWVU is dedicated to fostering a supportive learning environment for all members of the WVU community. We are grateful for the diversity of our Mountaineer family, which can span age, appearance, ethnicity and race, financial means, gender, language, military experience, nationality, physical and mental abilities, politics, religion and spirituality, region, and sexual orientation. We believe that acknowledging the cultural wealth of everyone helps us to recognize, at once, the uniqueness and the universality of the human experience. This recognition of our similarities and differences can make us mindful of how we define ourselves and treat other members of our Gold and Blue community. Join us, as we encourage staff and others to engage in open and ongoing dialogue about the attitudes, values, and beliefs that shape us, individually and collectively, in this global age.