Campus Health Partners
Vanderbilt and the CSW are dedicated to supporting the health and wellbeing of students and assisting them in meeting their academic and personal goals.
Working closely together, the Center for Student Wellbeing (CSW), Psychological & Counseling Center (PCC), and the Student Health Center (SHC), collaborate to provide prevention, support, and treatment resources for the Vanderbilt student community.
The CSW is designed to cultivate engagement in lifelong wellbeing practices through programming and support services.
The PCC provides resources aimed at individual and group psychological and emotional support, crisis intervention, and prevention.
*The PCC provides resources aimed at individual and group psychological and emotional support, crisis intervention, and prevention. As of July 2018, Vanderbilt will open a new University Counseling Center (UCC). Read more about the transition by visiting the PCC-to-UCC transition planning website.
The SHC provides primary care services dedicated to meeting the unique needs of the student population.
Students may contact one center and find that perhaps another center may best fit their needs. Staff members at the PCC, SHC, and CSW will work with students to assess their needs and determine the most appropriate resource on campus to assist them.
This decision making tool can also help guide students to the appropriate health and wellness resources at VU. Click here for more information.
The Center for Student Wellbeing(CSW) also collaborates with the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center(VRWC) to offer weekly yoga and massage sessions, provided by a Certified Yoga Instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist respectively. All sessions are held at the CSW.
The VRWC encourages lifelong learning, develops healthy lifestyles, fosters leadership, instills an appreciation for diverse communities, and enhances interpersonal relationships.
Students may contact VRWC to assess their fitness and wellness needs and to explore available services.