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Health & Wellness
Soar in every way!
Nurture your mind and body.
FAU doesn't just provide a great education, it also supports your mental and physical well-being. To help connect you with the right resources, we've compiled these categories to help you find what you need. 🥰

Special Feature!
Financial Wellness
This Fall semester, we hope you'll explore this special feature in financial literacy series. Check out courses and resources to aid in your financial well-being!
Mental Health
TAO was designed to provide you with a tool kit of effective evidence-based resources to help you bounce back from life’s setbacks. You have completely anonymous, free access, 24/7/365 through FAU.

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Sun Safety

FAU is home to beautiful parks, beaches, and sunshine. Adequate protection from the sun is the key to minimizing photodamage and skin cancer risk. Read over the following facts to learn more, help protect you and your friends and safely enjoy the outdoors!

-by Karan Rajalingam, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Class of 2024
sun safety tips

Health & Wellness Requests

More Health & Wellness Resources


Dean of Students:


  • Submit concern for a student. They do wellness checks, have a food pantry, help with homelessness, victim services, exceptional circumstance withdrawal, and administer the student conduct process.

Counseling and Psychological Services:


  • 24/7 hotline where you can speak to licensed therapist at any time and make an appointment for an individual appointment or to learn about opportunities for group counseling.

Owls Care Health Promotion:


  • A bright future includes making responsible and healthy choices. Owls Care provides health and well-being programs, services and resources empowering students to be healthy, responsible, and successful!

Student Health Services:


  • Provides high quality healthcare, education and public health services

The Office of Family Engagement:

561-297-2733 .

  • Designed to assist families in navigation of campus resources for their students. Serves as a FAU family advocate. We are available as your one-stop-shop for all questions or concerns.


Family Handbook   |   FAU Student Handbook


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

24/7. Free. Confidential. Available in Spanish and for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Lifeline Chat is also available online.

The Trevor project

Resource for LGBTQ youth. Call, chat, and text available 24/7. They have an online community and resource page for frequently asked questions.


The Steve Fund

Text STEVE to 741741
Mental health resource for students of color. They have a blog, student stories, and a special codeword for the Crisis Text Line

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

NIAAA College Drinking Changing the Culture

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Marijuana Anonymous

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Transforming Youth Recovery

Young People in Recovery

Association for Recovery in Higher Education