Welcome to the Wellness Center! We are here to promote health education and wellness for our entire campus community, and we are open to all students, staff and faculty of SUNY Orange free of charge.
Our registered nurses are available in the office to consult with regarding common health concerns, such as cold and flu symptoms, minor injuries, headaches, etc., and more serious issues, such as eating disorders, substance abuse, and pregnancy. Our nurses also serve as first responders when illness and injury occur on campus, to provide first aid and referrals to health providers as needed.
Personal counselors are also available to assist students with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, stress management, PTSD, and more via short-term counseling and referral to community services.
What's New at the Wellness Center?
Orange County has several food banks to assist those finding it difficult to obtain enough to eat. To find a food bank near you, visit regionalfoodbank.net and enter your zip code.
"It's on US," Orange County's Sexual Assault Prevention Campaign
Orange County is proud to be the first county in the United States to join the White House's 2014 It's On Us campaign, designed to raise awareness about sexual assault. It's On Us is a cultural movement aimed at fundamentally shifting the way we think and talk about sexual assault, especially on college campuses. It is a rallying cry, inviting everyone to step up and realize that the solution begins with us. The campaign seeks to reframe the conversation surrounding sexual assault in a way that empowers, educates, and engages everyone to do something, big or small, to prevent it. For more information visit the It's On US website.
SUNY Orange Is a Tobacco Free Campus
The College's smoking policy bans the use of tobacco products on the College’s campuses, except in:
- any College-owned and numbered parking lot (Middletown)
- the plaza/patio area between the Tower and Maple buildings (Newburgh)
- the First Street entrance to the campus promenade (Newburgh)
Want to quit? Stop by the Wellness Center for a free Quit Kit, visit the New York State Smoker's Quitline,
or call 1-866-NY-QUITS