Wellness Center

The Wellness Center strives to enhance the well-being of all students.

118 West Fairbanks Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789
Phone: 407.628.6340
Fax: 407.628.6350

The Wellness Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5 PM for the Fall and Spring semesters. Services are not available in the summer months (June and July).


In case of a life-threatening or medical emergency, call 911.

In case of a mental health emergency, call 911, 24/7 Rollins Mental Health Helpline (407-646-1516), call 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, or text HOME to 741741.

For mental health emergencies on-campus during the Spring and Fall semesters, call or come to the Wellness Center during our regular hours(M-F 8:30-5P); after hours, call our 24/7 Rollins Mental Health Helpline (407-646-1516) to be connected to a counselor.

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Health Services appointments can be in person or virtual.
  • The Wellness Center has a sick waiting and a regular waiting room. If you are experiencing any physical symptoms, please be sure to utilize the Sick Entrance on Fairbanks Ave, which will give you access to the Sick Waiting Room. At the Sick Entrance, you will find a Call Box with directions on how to enter.
  • To learn more about the Nine Dimensions of Wellness and the Wellness Ambassadors, contact the Health Promotions Departments at

Quick Resources:

  • Suicide & Crisis Lifeline - Call 988 - Available 24/7/365.
  • Rollins Mental Health Helpline (407-646-1516) is available 24/7/365. Talk to a Counselor whenever.
  • TogetherAll is an online chat room for students to share their experiences. Sign up for free using your email. 
  • WellTrack App is an interactive self-help app to help students assess their mood and mental health. Sign up for free using your email. 
  • Students can also find mental health resources in their area on Thriving Campus: Rollins.

Making a Referral

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at the Wellness Center recognizes that the college years are transitional years not just for students but also for their parents and family members. This transition, while an exciting and eventful time in each person's life, might create stress and unwelcome challenges. Below are a few resources that may prove helpful.

Supporting your Student

As your student moves through their college years, you will inevitably witness physical, emotional, intellectual, social and even spiritual changes. Although sometimes difficult to understand or appreciate, these developmental changes are part and parcel of the movement into adulthood. In many instances, a young person requires assistance in understanding or working through these life changes. During the college years, the entire family goes through a transitional period. Counselors at the Wellness Center can be of help.

Consultation with Parents/Family Members

The Wellness Center supports the academic regulations of Rollins College and does not issue excuses for missed classes for routine office visits. However, during their appointment, students can request a note stating that they were seen at Health Services. Students are encouraged to check their course syllabi for specific attendance policies set by their professors. The Rollins College Wellness Center follows the Serious and Contagious Disease Illness Policy. Students evaluated and treated off campus for serious and/or contagious diseases may submit medical paperwork/notes to for review by the Director of Health Services.