Health & Wellness
The Zerfoss Student Health Center
serves the primary care needs of the Vanderbilt student community. There are no office co-pays for routine visits, and all registered students are eligible for care, regardless of insurance coverage.
Recreation & Wellness Center is your place to work out or learn about wellness. The recreation and wellness center offers classes and clinics, an indoor pool, fitness equipment, the intramural and club sports, and programs related to living a healthy lifestyle.
Center for Student Wellbeing provides weekly wellbeing practices, recovery support groups, and academic skills coaching and writing support groups.
University Counseling Center offers a range of services including individual, group, psychiatric services, alcohol and drug assessments/counseling, and LD/ADHD assessment.
UPDATE: The PCC will become the University Counseling Center (UCC) effective July of 2018.
Learn more about the PCC-to-UCC transition and provide feedback or suggestions to the Implementation Planning Group.
Project Safe is Vanderbilt's Center for Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response. Vanderbilt policies are not limited to the campus and extend to graduate students conducting field work and at conferences. Additionally, graduate student teaching assistances should review their responsibility to report incidents disclosed to them.
Emergency Preparedness contains disaster preparedness materials and resources for the Vanderbilt Community. As a part of Emergency Preparedness, AlertVU rapidly sends messages to the delivery points the user has chosen—cell phone (voice or text), land line, or Vanderbilt email account—in the event of an emergency that poses an imminent threat or danger to the Vanderbilt community.