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Wellness Information and Education

Mills Wellness offers a variety of activities online and on campus as well as connections to resources and training in the community.

The Wellness Manager works with student participants of the Wellness Action Group (WAG) to organize, promote and deliver talks, workshops, events and information tabling throughout the academic year.

Online Information and Education 
In 2013, Mills College launched a mandatory online educational program for first-year and transfer students called Campus Clarity's Think About It. Think About It prepares new college students for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. Focusing on minimizing the risks associated with alcohol, drugs and sexual violence, Think About It takes a harm-reduction approach that resonates with students and results in a healthy campus culture that fosters learning and growing. In addition, this online training fulfills legal requirements for prevention education&mndash;including affirmative consent and bystander intervention training required by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (Campus SaVE Act) and California's Affirmative Consent Bill (SB 967).

The Mills Health Facebook page connects students with information, education, classes, events and involvement opportunities. 

The Mills College Wellness, Counseling and Health website pages inform students about services, staff, student involvement opportunities, activities and health plan enrollment procedures. More educational information and links will be coming soon, including links to short online video polls and wellness tips.

The Mills College Student Handbook contains important information, including policies, standards of conduct, resources and information to help students. Several important policies included in the Student Handbook are the Sexual Misconduct Policy and Alcohol and Drug Policy.

Wellness Talks, Presentations, and Handouts

Download presentations and handouts below:

Wellness and Balance Tips for College

New Student Orientation, Summer 2015 Wellness Presentation

New Student Orientation, Summer 2015 Consent, Boundaries & Bystander Intervention Overview

New Student Orientation, Summer 2014 Wellness Overview and Bystander Intervention Training

Bystander Intervention and Helpful Resources Handout

September 9th, 2014: APER Academic Success Workshop: Finding Your Balance in College

September 26th, 2014: College 80 Wellness Talk: Reducing Your Risks re: Tobacco, Alcohol & Drugs 

Wellness Talks, Workshops, and Events Calendar

Join us for our wellness activities: Wellness Calendar


Information for Newly Admitted Students

Student Health Center

Counseling & Psychological Services

Student Health Insurance

Vaccinations and TB Screening

Community Health Resources

Wellness Information and Education

Title IX

Contact Information

Wellness & Community Outreach
Cowell Building

P: 510.430.2260
F: 510.430.3235

Student Health Center
(for appointments, nurse advice, or to return a call)

P: 510.671.3985

Last Updated: 8/7/17