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Student Wellness at Mid

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Mid is committed to promoting student development by providing opportunities for students to access resources for their needs beyond the classroom.

Mid’s Office of Student Wellness provides campus awareness events and activities, opportunities for students to learn more about their own identity and the identities of others, and programming that empowers students through holistic support.

If you are facing barriers to accessing basic needs, experiencing mental health concerns, or just have questions about community assistance options, Mid’s Office of Student Wellness is here to help.

Concerned about a student's wellness?

Visit MidCares! to submit a concern.

Student Wellness Upcoming Events

Oct 29
Health Department testing date- Harrison campus

Location to be disclosed upon scheduling

Offered Free:

  • HIV Testing & Counseling (finger poke)
  • Hep C Testing (venipuncture)
  • Syphilis Testing (venipuncture)
  • Chlamydia Testing (Urine)
  • Gonorrhea Testing (Urine)

  • Appointments are required in advance and can be scheduled by calling (989) 773-5921 x1409.

    Thursday, Oct 29

    9:00am - 4:00pm

    Nov 10
    Health Department Table- Harrison campus

    The Central Michigan District Health Department will be on campus to discuss their services and help students register for appointments for testing services on campus.

    Tuesday, Nov 10

    9:00am - 12:00pm

    Nov 10
    Health Department table- Mount Pleasant campus

    The Central Michigan District Health Department will be on campus to discuss their services and help students register for appointments for testing services on campus.

    Tuesday, Nov 10

    1:00pm - 4:00pm

    More Events

    Pillars of Wellness

    The Student Wellness and Equity team strives to help students succeed by focusing on five pillars of wellness rooted in a foundation of equity and access for all students. We also collaborate with other College departments and initiatives to support efforts that enhance student wellbeing and improve access to the resources students need to be successful.

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    PHYSICAL

    • Campus Cupboard Food Pantry
    • Campus Fitness Center
    • Laker Athletics/Club Sports
    • Healthy Eating Options at Laker Cafe
    • Free Tai Chi
    • Free Personal Health Testing with Central Michigan District Health Department
    • MidCREW Program (for those in recovery from substance use disorders)
    • Awareness and Prevention Efforts (related to stress, health, wellness, campus safety, alcohol and other drugs, dating violence, and sexual assault)
    • Accommodations for students in need with Mid’s Student Accommodations Services team

    SOCIAL

    • Laker Life Activities
    • Laker Athletics Student-Athlete Support
    • Student Trips/Study Abroad Opportunities
    • TRIO SSS Program
    • Development of Campus Spaces
    • Mid Votes! Non-Partisan Voter Registration and Turnout Efforts
    • Student Participation in College Governance Committees
    • MidCREW Program (for those in recovery from substance use disorders)
    • Screening of Documentaries (related to social identities and issues)

    EMOTIONAL

    • Grief Support with MidMichigan Health Home Care
    • No-Cost TeleMental Health Services with CMU’s Center for Community Counseling & Development
    • Suicide Prevention Programming with Barb Smith Suicide Resource and Response Network
    • Therapy Dog Campus Visits
    • Crisis Line Contact Information on Student IDs
    • Campus Climate Concern Reporting Form

    FINANCIAL

    • Student Emergency Fund
    • Participation in State of Michigan's MI BEST (Building Economic Security Today) Initiative through the Michigan Community College Association to assess and improve Student Financial Security
    • Refer Students to Community Partners for Financial Assistance
    • Financial Aid Review to determine Grants/Loans
    • Public Transit Bus Passes available in Campus Stores
    • Hotspot Device Rental through Mid’s Library & Learning Services

    ENVIRONMENTAL

    • Safe Zone Ally Program (creates a network of visible allies for LGBTQIA+ community on campus)
    • Mid Green Water Bottle Refill Stations
    • The Nest Student Wellness Space on Mid's Mt. Pleasant Campus
    • Newly Remodeled Harrison Campus Student Spaces
    • Awareness Campaigns to help students learn about important issues and engage with challenging or difficult topics
     
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