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Health and Wellness

 


National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

February 24 - March 2, 2013

Many college students struggle with the way they look or how they feel about their bodies, with one out of three normal dieters progressing to pathological dieting. By recognizing the symptoms of eating disorders, and getting help, students can end their preoccupation with food and focus their efforts on developing healthy eating and exercise habits.

Students can take a screening online.
Look for more information and activities on campus.

 
Health Services Counseling
FAQ Meet the Staff

Contact Health & Wellness

Yarnall Center, 2nd Floor
(860) 701-5195
HealthServices@mitchell.edu 

Flu Vaccines


Flu Shots Now Available

WHERE: Health Services, Yarnall 2nd floor

WHEN: Monday - Friday, 10am-4pm throughout the semester; please call (860) 701-5195 for an appointment

COST: $20.00 cash or check; students may charge to their student accounts

 

Free Screenings


Screening for Mental Health

Mitchell College welcomes you to take an online screening for eating disorders, alcohol misuse, anxiety disorders, and depression. The free screening is made available to all Mitchell College students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out, in just a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you.

Click here for your free screening!

 

Health Education


Health Education Students

The Health and Wellness Department assists the Mitchell Community in creating a healthy and safe campus environment. Preventative and educational programs are offered to students throughout the year because informed decisions support healthy lifestyles. To learn more about Health & Wellness programs on campus, contact the Director of Health and Wellness at (860) 701-7787. 

 

Health Insurance


Student Health Insurance

All full-time students (resident & commuters) are required to have medical coverage under either a par­ent/guardian/spouse’s insurance coverage or through the program offered by the college. For information on the college insurance plan, including the option to (1) purchase the college insurance, or (2) waive coverage and provide proof of current/ existing coverage, click here. Students without identified insurance coverage will automatically be enrolled in the college insurance plan. If you have questions, please contact the Business Office at (860) 701-5061 or BusinessOffice@mitchell.edu.