The Wellbeing Center at Warner 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.
When can I visit the Wellbeing Center at Warner Hall?
What services are available and do they cost money?
What should students do if they have a question about wellbeing and don't know who to ask?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Commons (101)
North Lounge (103)
South Lounge (102)
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.