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San Diego State University

SDSU Division of Student Affairs

Health, Wellness and Safety

SDSU and the Division of Student Affairs are committed to providing a safe and healthy campus environment for all students. 

With optimal wellness you are able to:

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The Center for Well-Being offers a quiet place to relax, with 7 stations for self-exploration and self-renewal. No appointment needed!

 . . . all of which will contribute to your ability to be a successful student and to make positive decisions about your future.

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Free nutrition counseling is available to all SDSU students. Nutrition counselors can consult in areas such as weight loss and management, weight gain, vegetarian diets and other general nutrition needs.

Take a Wellness Assessment
Learn to assess your level of wellness and emotional well-being by examining your level of stress and anxiety, depression, use of alcohol, and eating habits, and more.

Find wellness enhancement opportunities and information
Learn about personal wellness topics and opportunities including personal growth workshops, counseling, alcohol and drug issues, e-CHUG, peer health educators, Student Health Advisory Board, and more.

Link to:

Your Safety at SDSU for information, including:

  • Campus safety and security report
  • Emergency procedures
  • Escort services
  • Police/ Public Safety

Counseling & Psychological Services for information, including:

  • Counseling and group workshops
  • Talking by phone with a therapist
  • SDSU’s Center for Well-Being
  • Resources for student veterans

Student Health Services for information, including:

  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Birth control and gyn orientations
  • Dermatology
  • Nutrition
  • Primary care
  • Immunization
  • Smoking cessation

The Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs Division promotes the individual development and welfare of all students so that each student can thrive. Learn more about how Student Affairs promotes health and wellness for all SDSU students.

Did You Know?

Counseling & Psychological Services' Bounce Back Program helps students on academic probation to strengthen personal resilience in adversity, improve their grades, and continue their studies. Publicity about this program led to national recognition, and to the program's adoption at other universities, including Tulane University; City College of New York; and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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