Kean Wellness Center
The Kean Wellness Center provides holistic, integrated health and wellness services for the entire campus community. The Center's interdisciplinary, student-centered and culturally-inclusive approach is designed to educate and empower students, faculty and staff to make informed lifestyle choices. For immediate crisis counseling services, call the National Mental Health Crisis Hotline at 9-8-8.
Kean University has partnered with Uwill, to provide student mental health and wellness solutions, offering students free immediate access to teletherapy and wellness programming through its easy-to-use online platform. Uwill includes the following services:
- Uwill: Individual Virtual Counseling
- Uhelp: Crisis Counseling (24/7)
- Umatch: Match with a therapist within 24 hours
- Urise: Nutrition, Yoga, Mindfulness & Meditation Programs
Kean Counseling Center (KCC) views students and other members of the Kean community as whole and dynamic individuals. We encourage personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining wellness. The KCC approach not only assists in the process of healing but also provides information and care to maintain and enhance well-being according to individual needs and desires. Our goal is to optimize wellness, now and for the future.
In addition to caring for acute illness and injury, Student Health Services offers preventative services such as Vaccine Days, Get Yourself Tested Events, nutrition counseling, health updates and special programing for student groups. Visit the office to find out more information about the services provided.
The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) is committed to ensuring equal access and an accessible learning environment for all Kean University community members and to ensure the full participation of persons with disabilities according to the law. OAS aims to promote wellness, accessibility, equity, inclusion and diversity and to increase disability and accessibility awareness throughout the campus community and beyond.
Kean established the Cougar Pantry is part of an ongoing effort to address hunger and food insecurity among undergraduate and graduate students within the University’s campus community. The pantry carries an assortment of non-perishable goods, basic care items, and career ready clothing complimentary for registered students.