Health and wellness at ASU

Health and wellness at ASU

Your mental health

ASU Counseling Services is proud to care for your mental health and safety. All students may receive confidential, professional counseling and crisis services on any ASU campus.

Counseling services

Your physical health

ASU Health Services provides high quality health care that is accessible, affordable and tailored to your goals. Learn more about the services available to each student.

Health services

 

 

Stay active, stay healthy

We make staying healthy fun and offer plenty of perks to keep you coming back for more. As a student, you’ll have access to the  Sun Devil Fitness Complexes on ASU’s four metro Phoenix campuses.

Teri Pipe

“Well-being and resilience are key competencies to being better employees, better leaders and better people in society. We have a wonderful opportunity to build upon ASU’s rich legacy and develop a creative approach to wellbeing that will both aid the members of our campus family now and prepare them for the future."

Teri Pipe
Chief Well-Being Officer

Inside ASU: How to stay healthy at ASU

Eating right, working out, seeing a doctor when you’re ill — your commitment to being healthy in college is all up to you. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do just that at ASU.

student on a treadmill
Graham

“I love the energy of ASU— no matter where you are or what you are doing, the excitement, enthusiasm and energy of ASU is always around and it's infectious! It keeps me motivated in believing all that I want to achieve.”

Graham S.
Advanced nursing practice (DNP) major from Peoria, Arizona

Frequently asked questions about staying healthy

Is medical care available on ASU campuses?

ASU Health Services offers medical care to ASU students provided by board-certified doctors and nurse practitioners on all four metro Phoenix campuses. You can get primary care services, X-rays, prescriptions and a number of other medical services.

What health care services are provided through ASU?

ASU Health Services offers many health care services to ASU students, including primary care, immunizations, women’s health care, acupuncture, chiropractic care, lab services and much more. You can also get affordable medical insurance through ASU.

How can I avoid the freshman 15?

The freshman 15 refers to the modest amount of weight that many new students gain when they start college. At ASU, you can combat the freshman 15 by taking advantage of the Sun Devil Fitness Complex, which offers weights, cardio and exercise classes on each campus. All ASU students get automatic membership to the Sun Devil Fitness Complex. By making smart food choices and getting regular exercise, you shouldn’t have too much trouble avoiding the freshman 15.

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