Health & Wellness
Our bodies respond to the way we think, feel and act, an association often referred to as the “Mind-Body Connection.” We strive for wellness in all areas of our lives in order to achieve academically, chart our career paths, and to advance our personal lives and relationships. These programs and services seek to mitigate risk, remove barriers to student success, encourage work-life balance, and create a diverse, respectful environment in which all can learn.
University Health and Counseling Services offers a variety of groups and workshops spanning a wide range of topics. Connect with others while you learn more about these important issues.
Health information for new students, medical forms, and general wellness topics can be found here. While browsing reference information can be useful, please make sure to consult a health professional with any questions or issues.
While you are a student at Case Western Reserve University, we want to ensure that the Student Medical Plan and Services are a positive experience for you. The university has contracted with Aetna Student Health in order to offer enhanced services that are easy to use, affordable, and adaptable to your health care needs. One of the highlights of the Plan is an extensive nationwide health care network with access to doctors and specialists. The Student Medical Plan is offered as a supplement to the excellent care available to all Case Western Reserve students from University Health Services and University Counseling Services.
Use MyHealthConnect to schedule appointments for the Health Service, send secure messages to the Health Service or Counseling Service, manage your immunizations and more.
Physical activity is important to the overall health of all CWRU students. We are committed to promoting health and wellness by providing skills and knowledge to integrate fitness into any lifestyle.
A wide range of physical and mental health services are available to current CWRU students by a professional, knowledgable staff who are committed to collegiate health. Call to make appointments with any of our clinics or to ask health-related questions.
Learn about the unique physical and mental health concerns associated with sex and sexuality common to college students.