A healthy campus for every Islander Health & Wellness

A healthy campus for every Islander Health & Wellness

The Island University has a host of services to support student health and wellness—from counseling and health services to a full range of wellness resources, exercise facilities, sports, and recreation opportunities.

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University Health Center

The University Health Center provides TAMU-CC students quality comprehensive services, integrating clinical treatment, health education, preventive services and public health responsibilities. Services are confidential, student-centered, ­and tailored to the needs of our Islanders.
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University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center promotes student well-being and success. We offer free and confidential professional counseling as well as online mental health resources to currently enrolled students. Our services are safe and confidential and are designed to be personalized and relevant for each individual Islander.
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Islander Peer Educators

The Islander Peer Educators inform the Islander community on a wide range of health-related topics, with specific focus on the prevention of abuse of alcohol and other drugs. They promote healthy behavior, and inspire students to make positive choices.
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Recreational Sports

Everything Islanders need to stay active, healthy and well. Need a workout? Visit the Dugan Recreation Center free weights, cardio equipment, a running track, rock wall, and NCAA-sized basketball courts. Check out the personal training, group fitness classes, intramural sports, and club teams.
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Group Fitness Classes

Try something new! From yoga to zumba, there's a fitness class for you. All of our Group & Functional Fitness classes welcome participants of all fitness levels, from beginner to advanced. Included for student with your SandDollar$ ID
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Izzy's Food Pantry

Izzy’s Food Pantry provides TAMU-CC students with a convenient site to obtain food assistance when needed, helps ensure that students who are food insecure are able to meet their nutritional needs and minimize adverse impacts on their academic progress and success
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University Counseling Center How to Get Started

We offer a menu of services to address the preferences and needs of our diverse student body. Our mission is to provide you with timely and flexible access to wellness and mental health resources and to empower you to find solutions, achieve your goals, and feel better.