Your well-being is crucial to your success at Reed College. That’s why we offer a range of support services to ensure you have a safe and healthy college experience. Whether you need assistance managing stress, navigating a personal challenge, or accessing medical care, our dedicated team of counselors and health professionals is available to help and connect you with resources both on and off campus. Don't hesitate to reach out—we are here for you.
Promoting Wellness on Campus
From peer health advocates to fitness classes, we provide many ways to help you access a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Our goal is to create a community where everyone can thrive.
Helping You Flourish
College can be challenging, but by prioritizing your physical and mental health, you can make the most of your time at Reed College.
The on-campus Health and Counseling Center (HCC) provides primary care services for Reed students. We also offer after-hours assistance through our nurse advice line.
Get access to counseling sessions and therapy services with our Counseling Services department staff or via our partnership with Uwill. We also provide 24/7 crisis counseling.
Money stress can significantly impact your overall well-being, and we are committed to providing the support and resources necessary to help you feel financially secure and empowered.
Caring for One Another
Reed’s close-knit community means that we always look out for one another. We have multiple pathways to find help, and we’re here to make sure you’re healthy and thriving.
Think a friend would benefit from additional resources and support? Refer them to the Reed Care Team, which will connect with the student with discretion and utmost respect for privacy.
Our friendly Night Owls help ensure our campus is a safe place to be after dark on weekends and during special social events. This peer group will walk across campus with you at night, provide earplugs, and more.
Overcome obstacles and thrive at Reed with the Office of Student Support. Get help navigating campus life and referrals to outside resources.