Health & Wellness
College is the first time that many students are living independently and among peers, and you may need support with managing your physical and mental health. Here at Moore, we’re here to help! We’re pleased to offer a variety of services for students with a variety of health and wellness needs.
Physical Health & Medical Services
Health Services, located on the first floor of Stahl Hall, is staffed by the Director of Health Services, a registered nurse who is available from 9 am to 3 pm each day. Over-the-counter health supplies, such as bandages, ice packs and cold relief medication, can be found in this office. For physicians’ services, the Director of Health Services will refer students to outside physician offices in the area.
The College is pleased to offer flu shots on campus every year prior to the start of flu season. COVID-19 vaccinations are required for all new and returning undergraduate and graduate students, with exceptions only provided for medical or religious reasons. For information on how the College has managed COVID-19 through the present time, please visit our dedicated Coronavirus Advisory page.
In addition to our on-campus Health Services, Moore students also have the ability to talk to a licensed doctor 24/7 by phone or video for free, through the HealthiestYou app. Download our flyer for more information.
Mental Health & Wellness Services
For counseling support, our Counseling Services Department takes student appointments on-site and can also refer students to outside therapists. Any charges incurred in outside counseling are the responsibility of the student.
Mental Health Counselor Laura Farrell is a licensed social worker and provides 28 hours of counseling appointments each week in Stahl 102. To schedule an appointment, register here.
Group counseling, led by the Mental House Counselor, also takes place on campus every Wednesday from 2:30–3:30 pm in Stahl 113 and is open to all students.
Student Affairs is also pleased to present an ongoing Wellness Event Series for students, taking place on Wednesdays starting in the fall 2022 semester. Click here for more information about upcoming events.
In addition to our on-campus mental health and wellness services, Moore students also have the ability to select and schedule an appointment with a therapist or psychiatrist by phone or video for free, through the HealthiestYou app. Download our flyer for more information.
MindLyte, is another free app available to all Moore students, designed to support wellness through common academic and social challenges of college life. MindLyte is research-based, tailored to students and privacy-focused. Download our flyer for more information and to get the app.
Need a quiet and private space to take your virtual appointments? The College has designated two private offices—Sarah Peter L109 (located in the Connelly Library) and Wilson 240A (behind the Continuing Education offices)—for commuters and/or students with roommates to use as needed.