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Welcome

to a new chapter in your wellbeing.
UD campus map image showing how Warner and Laurel Hall are south of the fountain on the Green

The Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall

supports students’ health, wellness, sense of connection, and ability to thrive. This new “neighborhood of wellbeing” at the south end of the Green includes Student Wellness and Health Promotion and the Center for Counseling and Student Development in Warner Hall, as well as Student Health Services in Laurel Hall.

In the Wellbeing Center, students can find relaxation spaces, meeting rooms, water bottle refill stations, gender neutral restrooms, ADA compliant hallways and elevators, and a variety of wellbeing centered programming. Learn more about current offerings on the Student Life wellbeing webpage.

Common Questions

When can I visit the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall?
The Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall is open with UD ID card access Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All visitors can enjoy the Community Commons and North and South Lounges in rooms 101-103. Visit CCSD and SWHP to learn more about confidential wellbeing services that are available by appointment on the lower level and second and third floors. All major programs are also posted to the UD calendar.
What services are available and do they cost money?
Students can find a detailed, downloadable list of services on the Student Life wellbeing webpage. Services are covered by the Student Wellbeing Fee, which is paid by all full time graduate and undergraduate students and can be paid by part time students as well.
Students and staff connect at University of Delaware Wellbeing Center in Warner Hall
What should students do if they have a question about wellbeing and don't know who to ask?
Students should reach out to any of the offices below for assistance. All provide HIPAA and FERPA compliant care and we will be happy to help them connect with the right campus expert for their needs.

Student Health Services: 302-831-2226
Student Wellness and Health Promotion: 302-831-3457
Center for Counseling and Student Development: 302-831-2141

After business hours, students can connect with nonstop support on:

CareNet for medical questions: 800-681-3957
UD Helpline for victim advocacy: 302-831-1001, press 1
UD Helpline for mental health: 302-831-1001, press 2
Crisis Text Line for mental health: 741741, send UDTEXT or STEVE

General questions can be sent any time to studentwellbeing@udel.edu.

Don’t see your question? Have feedback? Email studentwellbeing@udel.edu.

Virtual Tour

Community Commons (101)
Students and staff interact in room 101 of the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of DelawareFormerly the University of Delaware’s women’s dormitory as part of the Women’s College, Warner Hall was built in 1914 and this space has always been the main common area. Many of the architectural details, such as the fireplaces and the wood floor, are original. Students can still cozy up to the hearth and chat or study in much the same way they might have done more than 100 years ago. This room is now also a reservable space, and held the Wellbeing Center’s first program, “Busy Donkey or Productive Unicorn? Making the Most of Your Time in College” during 1743 Welcome Days in August. Future events will be posted on the Student Life Wellbeing webpage and on the UD events calendar.
North Lounge (103)
Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware This intimate space is typically open for members of the UD community to use throughout the week. It can also be reserved for student group meetings, and for events. The conference table is wired for power and connects easily to the projector screen as well.
South Lounge (102)
Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware This intimate space is typically open for members of the UD community to use throughout the week, except when it is used for adjustment workshops and group therapy programs. Students can most easily connect with the programs hosted in the Wellbeing Center through the Student Life Wellbeing webpage.
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Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware This room near the main reception area and elevator will be dedicated to Blue Hens for individual wellbeing needs, such as space for expressing breastmilk or administering medical infusions.
Lower Level
Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware The Center for Counseling and Student Development has office spaces on the lower level that are accessible by appointment only via the stairs or ADA-compliant elevator. Visitors are encouraged not to tour this area on weekdays, as services are confidential and fully HIPAA- and FERPA-compliant. These are funded through the Student Wellbeing Fee that all full time matriculated (degree-seeking) students pay, and part time students can also elect to participate in. The lower level also houses a student centric lounge that will be used for programming and peer education.
Second Floor
Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware Currently, students who have an existing appointment with the Center for Counseling and Student Development proceed directly to the second floor via the stairs or elevator to check in at the Counseling Commons in room 201. Confidential appointments are also held on this floor, so visitors are encouraged not to tour the space on weekdays. Students who wish to make an appointment for counseling can do so by calling 302-831-2141. Details of available services and programs can be found on the Student Life Wellbeing webpage.
Third Floor
Students and staff interact in the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall at University of Delaware Currently, students who have an existing appointment with Student Wellness and Health Promotion proceed directly to the third floor via the stairs or elevator to check in at the Wellness Commons in room 305. Confidential appointments are also held on this floor, so visitors are encouraged not to tour the space on weekdays. Students who wish to make an appointment for a wellness service can do so by calling 302-831-3457. Details of available services and programs can be found on the Student Life Wellbeing webpage. Students can also find free condoms and educational materials about 9 dimensions of wellness at the Wellness Commons on floor 3.
Wellbeing Everywhere

Students can find wellbeing support, relevant services and even complementary supplies at many campus locations. Many support services are detailed on the Office of the Dean of Students’ Help with the Essentials webpage. A new campuswide coalition for wellbeing and mental health centralizes the work of wellbeing support and aims to make it easier for all populations to learn about, feel comfortable with and actively utilize available services. All students in need of a private space from which to conduct a telehealth appointment or other individual activity can book individual space through 25Live.