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Tell Us What You Think

Sindecuse Health Center's diversity and inclusion committee seeks participants for a tour and focus group discussion to assess student, staff, and faculty perceptions of the center's environment and the care provided to the campus community. Must be available Oct. 7, 14 or 21. The group seeks to learn about your experience with regard to:

  • Cultural sensitivity
  • Accessibility of the center
  • Range of services
  • Overall environment
  • Polices and procedures

Participants will receive an appreciation gift in return for participating. If you are interested, please call Sarah Good at (269) 387-1850 or email

Group Counseling Starts in October

Group counseling can be an empowering, safe, and effective way to manage the challenges associated with college life. Counseling Services at Sindecuse offers several groups open to current WMU students. Most groups meet weekly.

Groups offered in fall 2016 include support groups for survivors of sexual assault or abuse, and for students who have suffered loss or trauma. Students can learn to manage anxiety, or maintain healthy relationships in other groups geared to address these concerns. 

Call Counseling Services at (269) 387-1850 if you are interested in participating. You may have a brief pre-screening appointment with a counselor prior to participation.

Text WMUHEALTH to 313131

Receive Event Reminders, Service Updates by Text Message

Use your phone to text 'WMUHEALTH' to 313131 and you'll be subscribed to the health center's occasional text-message service for event reminders and service updates. You'll be notified when we're ready to serve lemonade on Wednesday, Sept. 7 during the first week of fall semester, and again when wellness workshops open for registration. No more than four messages a month unless you opt in to more. Message and data rates may apply. To unsubscribe from this list reply 'STOP' to 313131.