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The Center for Student Wellbeing joins Vanderbilt University in strongly condemning racism and expressions of hate, bias, and discrimination in all forms. We recognize that recent violent attacks on Asians and Asian Americans, including the horrific shootings in Atlanta, GA, have deeply affected members of our Vanderbilt community. Read more about the Student Care Network’s condemnation of racism and violence, and statement of solidarity.

The Center for Student Wellbeing strongly encourages all students to take steps to protect themselves from illness.The CSW staff will continue coaching sessions with students by Zoom or phone and will hold some in-person appointments. Students can call 615-322-0480 or email to schedule. Appointments can also be scheduled via the office of Student Care Coordination. If you are feeling anxiety or stress related to the coronavirus, know that there are resources and services to help you manage your concerns. Visit for updated information about the University’s response to the coronavirus.

Please visit the Skill-building WorkshopS page for information on upcoming workshops.

Please visit the Weekly Wellbeing Practices page for information on upcoming practices.

The Center for Student Wellbeing is a central part of Vanderbilt’s Student Care Network – the holistic network of resources and support services available to all students in support of their health and wellness.

The mission of the Center for Student Wellbeing is to create a culture that supports the personal development and academic success of students using an integrative, holistic framework.

1211 Stevenson Center Lane
(across from the Student Health Center)
Nashville, TN 37212
615.322.0480 |

Hours of Operation: 8:00am-5:00pm

*As of August 24, 2020, access to the CSW building is restricted*

Due to Vanderbilt University’s response to COVID-19, the CSW is now offering modified events. Please visit our Event Calendar page for details.