The Campus Mental Health & Wellness Center (MH&WC) is dedicated to addressing and improving the mental health of the Saginaw Valley State University student body through individual and group counseling, educational workshops, resources and consultation. Our staff provides free, confidential short-term counseling to help students manage and resolve their problems and support them as they navigate through challenges and dilemmas.
To enhance the emotional health and development of the campus community through counseling, workshops, education and crisis services.
Mental health is fundamental to the success of the campus community, including the ambitious student body, the faculty who teach and mentor, and the staff who play a critical role in the success of the university.
The Saginaw Valley State University Campus Mental Health and Wellness Center values and respects the diversity of our campus community. We are committed to creating an environment that places high value on the issue of diversity, inclusion and equality. We understand that diversity at SVSU involves exploring differences such as age, color, disability, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex/gender (including gender identity and expression), sexual orientation, veteran or active duty military status, weight and other identities. The concept of diversity encompasses acceptance of and respect for our differences and appreciation that it is those differences that make each of us unique. We work to create a safe and affirming climate where students can feel welcome to explore the importance of their diverse identities and life experiences.
Campus Mental Health and Wellness Center
Curtiss Hall 112