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The Wellness Center provides the Mount community with a safe environment for enhancement of emotional, physical, spiritual, and psychological well-being.

Counseling Services

Professional mental health counselors are available to support student success through individual counseling, psycho-educational testing, and alcohol, tobacco and other drug assessment and education as well as online mental health screenings.  We also provide crisis intervention, continuity of care with other mental health providers, and facilitate appropriate referrals to other local mental health providers as needed.  There is no extra charge for counseling services.

Health Services

Health Services is staffed by medical professionals, including a full-time registered nurse and a medical assistant, as well as physicians who are available on a limited basis.  Walk-in hours for medical services are available Monday-Friday during Fall and Spring semester. Appointments are encouraged.

There is an additional fee to see a physician ($10.00). All students – resident and commuter, part time or full time – can visit Health Services, regardless of whether they have their own personal health insurance or insurance offered through the College.

Next Steps


Get started by filling out Form 9: Medical History, available only in print. Then fill out Form 10: Immunization Record, available only in print.

After filling out the form, proceed to the Health Insurance page.


Your primary care physician must sign both of the above forms. These forms are only required if you will be living in the Residence Hall. Commuters don't need to complete them. All students participating in intercollegiate athletics are required to complete an on-campus physical in August in addition to your Residence Hall physical.