Wellness Center

The Wellness Center offers a variety of counseling and health services for Rollins students.

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Check up on your emotional wellness anonymously and confidentially!

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We offer a wide range of services for physical wellness!

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The Wellness Center promotes the nine dimensions of holistic wellness in everyday life.

Overview

Pulse Tragedy Resources Connect with information and assistance for individual and community wellness in the aftermath of the shooting.
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9 Dimensions of Wellness Learn more about the nine dimensions of wellness (physical, emotional, financial, social, environmental, creative, occupational, intellectual, and spiritual) and how they relate to your everyday quality of life.
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Health Services Find out more about the health services offered at the Wellness Center, including check-ups, preventive care, and treatment for illnesses and injuries.
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Counseling Learn more about Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), which offers individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, and tips to help a friend. The Wellness Team is here to support you.
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Health Promotion Learn more about our community-focused wellness initiatives and get to know our Wellness Ambassadors!
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Off Campus Health Find out more about local, national, and online health resources.
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For Parents Learn more about ways to support your students through the Wellness Center's services.
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Meet Our Team The Wellness Team is here to support and assist you in your journey to a healthier you.
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Title IX The Office of the Title IX Coordinator leads Rollins’ efforts to prevent and respond to sex and gender based discrimination.
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Appointments


Call us at 407-628-6340 to make an appointment!  To protect your confidentiality, we cannot schedule appointments through email.  Here are some tips for getting the most out of your appointment at the Wellness Center:

  • Schedule your appointment at least 24 hours in advance
  • Come 10 minutes early to take care of paperwork
  • If you're not comfortable sharing the reason for your appointment over the phone, you can say you're coming in for personal reasons

Confidentiality

The relationship between a client/patient and any Wellness Center staff member is confidential, and we strictly adhere to these legal and ethical obligations. You are entitled to privacy, within the capacity of the facility, and to confidentiality to the extent provided by the law. Medical and mental health records are strictly confidential and information will not be released without written authorization from the client/patient or a court order. Authorization forms for the release of information are available at the Wellness Center.

Florida law provides the following exceptions to confidentiality:

1. Intent to harm self or others.
2. Suspected abuse, abandonment, neglect, or exploitation of a minor child, elderly person, vulnerable adult, or resident of an institution.
3. A properly executed court order for information.

Clients/patients are provided with documentation explaining confidentiality at the time of their appointment.

Class Attendance Policy

The Wellness Center does not issue excuses for missed classes.  If you would like us to share any information with your professor, you may sign an authorization form for the release of information.  You can specify what information you would like us to share, such as the date and time of your appointment.  Please visit us at 118 W. Fairbanks Ave., between Admissions and Pita Pit, Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to sign the authorization in person.

The Wellness Center supports the academic regulations of Rollins College, which include the following standards for class attendance:

It is the responsibility of the faculty to publish attendance policies for their courses in the course syllabus. If a distinction is made between "excused" absences and "unexcused" absences, it must be conveyed in the attendance policy. At the instructor's discretion, a student's grade may be lowered for failure to comply with the attendance policy. Exceptions exist for absences owing to religious observances and college business. If a student misses a class because of either situation, then the student must confer with his/her professor as to how and when the make-up work will be done, which includes the possibility of turning work in early. Absences will be addressed by the faculty member in accordance with his or her attendance policy. A student will not fail a course because the number of religious observances and/or college business absences exceed the number of absences allowed, except if excessive absences make it impossible to fulfill the competencies of the course. The student’s class participation grade in the course, though, may be affected.
If the student feels s/he must be absent from class for any other reason, it is the student's responsibility to confer with the faculty member to determine whether the absence is to be considered "excused" or "unexcused" as defined by the attendance policies. The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs will communicate when students must be absent from campus for hospitalization, family emergencies, or similar contingencies. Students will be responsible for all work missed.

Make an Appointment

Call us at 407-628-6340 to make an appointment!

In case of emergency, call Campus Safety at 407-646-2999.

If you or another person is in immediate danger, call 911.