Resources

Campus Recreation

Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
201 East Peabody Drive, Suite 1430, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3806
campusrec@illinois.edu

Campus Recreation works to empower students to strive for health and wellness while maintaining a sense of balance. Achieving and sustaining wellness is an active and dynamic process which involves becoming aware of and taking steps toward a healthier, happier, and more satisfying life. The student wellness program focuses on Healthy Campus 2020 and the 8 dimensions of wellness to inform program offerings.

Learn more about Campus Recreation.

CampusWell

CampusWell
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
201 East Peabody Drive, Suite 1430, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3806
campusrec@illinois.edu

Campus Recreation has partnered with CampusWell, an interdepartmental platform of resources that provides articles and videos about topics ranging from body image, nutrition, and mindfulness, to time management, substance abuse, finances, and more.

Learn more about CampusWell.

Wellness Reflection

Wellness Reflection
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
201 East Peabody Drive, Suite 1430, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3806
campusrec@illinois.edu

Have you ever wondered where you stand within the 8 dimensions of wellness? Are you stronger in some? What about the others? This confidential assessment tool is meant to give you a snapshot of where you currently are on your personal wellness journey. This can be taken as often as you want, and your results will likely change based on how you are doing that day, week, or month. This aims to help you gain insight into areas of your own wellness that you should focus on.

Have you ever wondered where you stand within the 8 dimensions of wellness? Are you stronger in some? What about the others? This confidential assessment tool is meant to give you a snapshot of where you currently are on your personal wellness journey. This can be taken as often as you want, and your results will likely change based on how you are doing that day, week, or month. This aims to help you gain insight into areas of your own wellness that you should focus on.

Learn more about Wellness Reflection.

Campus Recreation Calendar

Campus Recreation Calendar
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
201 East Peabody Drive, Suite 1430, MC-556, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3806
campusrec@illinois.edu

Campus Rec offers myriad activities and programs for students, faculty/staff, and members of the community to engage in. Whether you are looking for opportunities to compete with your friends, learn about personal wellness, or improve your physical fitness, Campus Rec has you covered!

Learn more about the Campus Recreation calendar.

Chez Veterans Center

College of Applied Health Sciences
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
908 W. Nevada St., Urbana, IL
217-300-3515
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Chez Veterans Center provides counseling services for military-connected students (veterans, guard/reserves, and dependents). Veterans and their family members can experience intense challenges both in personal life and academics that often affect the entire family. Addressing the well-being and mental health of veterans and their families needs attention. The Center provides individual, marital, family, and group counseling directed at student veterans and their families. The Center’s counseling services have adapted provisions from the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Illinois Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act because they represent ethical standards in regards to privacy and confidentiality with protected health information.

To make an an appointment with the Chez Veterans Center, please call 217-300-3515.

Learn more about support services for veterans and military-connected students through the Chez Veterans Center

Counseling Center

Student Services Building, Room 206, 610 E. John St., Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3704
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

The Counseling Center services are designed to help students address many of the academic, relational, social, and emotional concerns they face. This includes reaching out to students through consultations, workshops and other psycho-educational forms. Outreach is available to students, faculty and staff with sufficient notice (at least two weeks). Various workshop topics covered in the past include time management, stress management, relationship conflicts, and how to recognize depressive symptoms.

To request an outreach, please complete and submit our form or view these opportunities:

Learn more about the Counseling Center.

Mindwise Mental Health Screenings

Counseling Center
Interactive Resources
Student Services Building, Room 206, 610 E. John St., Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3704
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

These quick, confidential screenings allow you to assess for depression, anxiety, alcohol or substance misuse, eating disorders and several other mental health conditions. They are not meant to be a diagnosis but can be a good first step in discussing your concerns with a counselor.

Learn more about Mindwise Mental Health Screenings.

Trauma Response Team

Trauma Response Team
Student Services Building
610 E. John St., Room 206, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-3704
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday

The Trauma Response Team at the Counseling Center provides a range of accessible and professional services to students, faculty, and staff members who are affected by traumatic incidents and/or psychological emergencies.

  1. The team’s primary purpose is to provide prompt response to students, faculty, and staff of the university community who are involved in or directly affected by incidents that are of a traumatic or emergency nature. These responses are primarily to address the emotional and psychological needs of those involved.
  2. The team provides preventive services and information to members of the university community upon request. Aftercare service are provided for those individuals and groups who are affected by a traumatic incident and would benefit from such services provided by the team.
  3. The team works in collaboration with the Office of the Emergency Dean and other campus agencies and individuals who are involved in a critical incident. The group serves as a part of the information system with others involved in order to maximize the exchange of information and the availability of services without violating the confidentiality of students involved.

    Learn more about the Trauma Response Team.

WellTrack

WellTrack
Student Services Building, 610 East John Street, Room 206, Champaign, IL
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday
217-333-3704

The WellTrack mobile app is designed to help you understand your mental health and to provide you with the assistance that you need right now. WellTrack is a suite of online tools and courses that uses aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you identify, understand, and address issues that you are having.

Learn more about WellTrack.

Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES)

College of Applied Health Sciences
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
1207 S. Oak St., Champaign, IL 61820
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday
217-333-1970
disability@illinois.edu

Physical and emotional health are important in order for students to successfully handle the academic rigor at Illinois. At DRES, we believe students should be personally empowered to manage their health care needs. We are committed to supporting DRES students in the pursuit of health and wellness which includes many areas such as physical therapy and fitnessmental health resourcesdurable medical vendors, and hospitals and clinics as well as the University’s own McKinley Health Center.

The above are merely resources. It is the responsibility of the student, often with family and/or friends, to determine which resource and support is best for their particular needs and personal circumstances.

Learn more about DRES.

McKinley Health Center

1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-333-2700
hmckinley.illinois.edu

McKinley Health Center serves students at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The Health Service Fee, which is paid as part of your enrollment, provides the funds to prepay many of your health care needs. Some of the services provided by McKinley include:

McKinley Health Center uses an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system McKinley Patient Health Portal.

If you’re sick and think you need to visit McKinley, in most cases you’ll start by contacting Dial-A-Nurse at 217-333-2700. This health care professional will answer many of your questions and suggest a course of action including scheduling an appointment if indicated. You can also schedule an appointment yourself online or by phone

If you already have an appointment to see a McKinley health care provider in one of the medical clinics, you can use the automated check-in stations to self check-in when you arrive. The system will let us know you’re here and give you instructions on where to go for your appointment. Bring your University ID card.

McKinley’s convenient location is easily accessible to most of the Illinois campus. We’re located at 1109 S. Lincoln Ave. on the south-eastern side of campus. Metered parking is available but check the parking tips section before your visit.

McKinley can provide you with most of your non-emergency health care. Emergency care is provided by area hospitals with emergency departments and ambulance services. If you have an emergency, call 911, Carle Foundation Hospital or OSF HealthCare Heart of Mary Medical Center. 

Learn more about McKinley Health Center.

Resource Centers

Health Resource Centers
1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-333-2700

The McKinley Health Resource Centers (HRCs) provide over-the-counter self-care supplies. All supplies are included as part of your health service fee and are provided at no extra cost to you. You will need to present your student I-card before you can receive any items.

Learn more about McKinley Health Resource Centers.

Health Education

Health Education
1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-333-2700

McKinley Health Education supports and encourages balanced and healthful lifestyles for the diverse Illinois student population. McKinley’s Health Educators specialize in the following areas of wellness: 

McKinley Health Education offers outreach and programming to ensure all students are receiving necessary health information. Outreach and programming efforts aim to comprehensively and holistically address the eight dimensions of wellness.

The Health Education Unit provides one-on-one appointments for students to discuss stress management, nutrition, fitness, and sexual health with a health educator. Students can make appointments with a respective health educator without a referral and as often as they need support. Students can make an appointment to see McKinley’s Athletic Trainer or Physical Therapist up to four times a semester with a referral from a McKinley Provider. 

Students can schedule one-on-one appointments by calling McKinley Health Education at 217-333-2700.

Learn more about McKinley Heath Education.

Wellness Guide App

Wellness App
1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-333-2700

McKinley’s web-based Wellness Guide provides health and wellness information to Illinois students connecting them with resources that will help “keep them well to excel”. McKinley Health Center has resources and services to help students be connected and grow both personally and professionally.

Learn more about the Wellness App.

Flu Clinic Information

McKinley Health Center
1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-333-2700

McKinley offers free flu shots to students who have paid the health service fee. You can schedule an appointment at McKinley’s Immunization and Travel Clinic by calling 217-333-2700.

Learn more about the McKinley Health Center Flu Clinic.

Office of the Dean of Students

300 Turner Student Services Building, 610 E. John Street, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-0050

The Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) strives to help students in their journey to reaching their full potential inside and outside the classroom. We support students through advocacy in the Student Assistance Center (SAC), promotion of accountability and responsibility in the Office for Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR), legal assistance in Student Legal Services, and enhancement of landlord-tenant relationships and success with Off-Campus Community Living (OCCL). We facilitate the Behavioral Intervention Team, which receives reports of concerning or threatening student behavior that have the potential to lead to targeted violence. An emergency dean is available outside of normal business hours to respond to student crises or pressing student concerns that cannot wait until the next business day. We also support faculty and staff within each college as they work with their students on college-specific issues.

Learn more about the Office of the Dean of Students.

Office of Inclusion & Intercultural Relations

121 Swanlund Administration Building
601 East John Street, Champaign
217-333-1300
oiir.illinois.edu

The Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations (OIIR) is dedicated to recruiting and retaining underrepresented students, diversity education, civic engagement, and fostering the leadership skills necessary to develop global citizens. OIIR’s initiatives aim to support all students across campus, and approximately 20,000 students each year receive services or attend programs through OIIR. In addition to our Diversity & Social Justice Education and International Education units, OIIR includes six cultural and resource centers: the Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center, Asian American Cultural Center, La Casa Cultural Latina, LGBT Resource Center, Native American House, and Women’s Resources Center.

Learn more about OIIR and how to get involved.

Psychological Services Center (PSC)

Department of Psychology Psychological Services Center
505 E. Green St., 3rd floor, Champaign, IL 61820
217-333-0041

The Department of Psychology Psychological Services Center (PSC) offers culturally relevant, evidence-based, cutting-edge services to the Champaign-Urbana community and to Illinois campus students, faculty, and staff while contributing to education and scholarship in the fields of Clinical and Community Psychology.

In these ways, the PSC directly supports the university’s mission of transforming lives and serving society. Our services include diagnostic assessment, psychotherapy, and mindfulness training.

Learn more about the Psychology Department’s Psychological Services Center.