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At Centre, we’re committed to building a campus community where students flourish, are connected, and find meaning and feel optimistic about their future.

Your well-being—physical, social, emotional, and spiritual—drives our commitment to integrating the core principles of well-being into campus learning and activities. Through campus resources and on-going strategic visioning, we strive to support you become the best version of yourself at college and beyond. 

In the event of an immediate life-threatening crisis, please call 911.
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Physical Well-Being

Student Health

Student Health provides physical health services to all students with nurses and a Physician’s Assistant available during regular hours. Physician Clinics are offered four days each week.

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Social Well-Being

Health Promotion

The Health Promotion Team is excited to offer a variety of Presentations and Trainings to the Centre Community working closely with both Counseling and Health Services.

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Emotional Well-Being

Student Counseling

Centre Counseling provides free and confidential mental health counseling and resources to all interested students.

Emotional Well-Being

Centre is a JED Campus

The JED Foundation provides colleges and universities with tools to help protect student mental health and prevent suicide.

Student Resources

Student counseling resources as well as alcohol and drug education are available for all Centre students.

Counseling is available to interested students by appointment when classes are in session. The Centre Counseling office is located in the Parsons Center annex of Sutcliffe Hall on College Street.

Learn more about Student Counseling

In the event of an immediate life-threatening crisis, please call 911.
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The Department of Public Safety: 859.236.4357.

After-Hours Centre Counseling Crisis Line: 859.319.1546

Emergency during normal business hours (8 a.m.-4 p.m.): 859.238.5530

Please state it is an emergency when the telephone is answered.

Note:  Counselors are in sessions most of the day and are usually unable to respond quickly to voicemails or e-mails. All during-the-day emergencies are referred to the above protocol and all after-hour emergencies are referred to our crisis line or to other crisis resources.

Alcohol and drug education and prevention programs are available through the Office of Health Promotion.

Centre offers confidential counseling services for alcohol and drug abuse. Appointments for counseling may be made by calling 859.238.5740. In addition, Counseling Services can refer students to off-campus treatment resources and self-help groups in the community.

Learn more about Centre's Alcohol and Drug policies in the Student Handbook

Fitness & Recreation

Developing good recreation habits contributes to your physical, social, and mental health. Centre provides many avenues for recreation including intramural sports, fitness classes, open gym and field space for impromptu student activity, as well as off-campus options like golf, hiking, canoeing, and camping.
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Buck Fitness Center

This fully equipped fitness facility offers free weight, plate-loaded and machine lifting opportunities as well as a variety of aerobic machines.

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Intramural Sports

Designed to complement the overall recreational offerings to the college community, intramural sports create opportunities for healthy fun and friendly competition.

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Fitness Classes

Fitness classes are led by experienced instructors and offered throughout the school year. Classes are free and open to all members of the College community.

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Spiritual Well-Being

Religious Life

Strengthen your own faith tradition, ask tough questions in a safe environment, explore the traditions of others, and serve in ways that make the world a better place.

Belonging & Community

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Community Engagement

For students at Centre, community engagement is not just a one-time activity – it’s a way of life – an opportunity for the life-long integration of learning and service.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Centre promotes and sustains a diverse and inclusive learning, living, and working environment in which all members thrive and succeed.