Midterm Wellness Tip: Visit On-Campus Healthcare Facilities

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Did you know you have wellness resources readily available to you just for being a Mason student? Here’s a few to check out: 

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

CAPS provides free and confidential short-term mental health services for enrolled students.  If your needs require a different level of care, CAPS will work with you to transition care to community or off-campus providers. If you are interested in connecting with a provider in the community for long-term counseling, please visit the Find a Community Provider page for their database of community provider options and other options for connecting with a therapist.  

In order to begin services with CAPS, please come to their office located in Student Union Building 1 (SUB 1), Suite 3129. If you are unable to come to their office, you can call them at 703-993-2380. 

Student Health Services 

Student Health Services provides accessible and affordable health care services for all currently enrolled Mason students in a caring and confidential environment. From diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury, to immunizations and prescriptions, Student Health Services is here for you. If Student Health is closed, call 703-993-2831 and follow phone prompts to speak with the after-hours nurse advice service for medical concerns. 

** There is no charge to be seen by one of their healthcare providers. There are fees for lab tests, immunizations, medications, supplies, physical exams, procedures, and some services. 

Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC) 

The Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC) offers an empowering environment for all Mason students to seek support services and to explore healthy life choices. They offer educational programming, one-on-one consultations, and resources in the areas of sexual and interpersonal violence, financial well-being, substance use, and collegiate recovery. The SSAC also assists students encountering barriers to personal success. You can request support or make a referral here.  


Mason students now have FREE access to TimelyCare – a virtual mental health and well-being platform crafted specifically for college students! 

With TimelyCare, Mason students have access to a multitude of virtual mental health and well-being resources that are free and available 24/7. Find out more about the resources available online at or download the app in Google Play or the App Store.  

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Join Us for the Midterm Morale Boost 

Are you in need of a boost in the midst of your busy midterm season? Join us on Thursday, March 9 in the Thompson Hall Lobby on the Fairfax Campus for our Spring 2023 CEHD Midterm Morale Boost! From 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, enjoy free snacks and activities like succulent planting and aromatherapy!