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Registered nurses provide a variety of over-the-counter products for students, as well as, general information on preventive healthcare and wellness. The Health Office is located on the first floor of Main Hall, Room 127. Office hours are posted each semester.

Click here for information for students regarding the coronavirus, including: messages to students, FAQs and safety recommendations. 

Mercy College is committed to promoting and sustaining a culture of health and wellness by educating, motivating and empowering all members of the community to adopt and maintain a health, active and balanced lifestyle.

The Mercy College Student Counseling Center offers students help with mental health issues including: increased stress, depression and anxiety as well as concerns about their academic progress, daily living, adjustment to college and relationships with others.


Mercy College has partnered with eCHECKUP TO GO, which was developed by psychologists at San Diego State University, whose mission is to provide students with personalized, evidence-based online behavior intervention programs designed to empower students to make healthier and responsible choices. Among these programs are the e-CHUGe-TOKE,  and Sexual Violence Prevention online programs.

As part of our comprehensive prevention program for students, Mercy College invites you to complete the e-CHUG, e-TOKE, and Sexual Violence Prevention programs. These online courses will empower you to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect your college years and beyond.