Supporting all your wellbeing needs in one place.

We've put together an easy-to-use list of campus resources that support all the dimensions of your wellbeing. You can search by wellbeing type (emotional, social, financial, etc.), or program type (in person or remote) or even by audience (grad or undergrad). Go ahead, give it a try. You might discover something new!

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  • All Recovery Meeting

    An SHS group that is Open to all BU students who struggle with addiction, are affected by addiction, or support a recovery lifestyle. All pathways of recovery are embraced here. Drop in as you like, no registration required!
  • Art for 5

    $5 tickets for special arts events off campus - only advertised on Instagram.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    Dimensions
    • Intellectual
    • Social
  • Arts Insiders

    Groups of 15-20 students, hosted by an Arts Initiative student council member, attend a unique arts event off campus together.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    Dimensions
    • Intellectual
    • Social
  • Asian Students Support Group

    This Student Health Services support group is designed to create a safe space for students identifying as Asian, Asian American, Biracial and/or Pacific Islander to discuss their experiences related to their ethnic and racial identities. Topics may include de-stigmatizing mental health, identity, and anti-Asian hate crimes. This is a Fall 2023 offering.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    Dimensions
    • Emotional
  • Athletic Training for Student-Athletes

    The Athletic Training department at SHS focuses on injury prevention and diagnosing, treating, and rehabbing acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions for varsity and club athletes.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    Dimensions
    • Physical
  • Belonging Cafes

    Belonging Cafes are a chance to learn from current students about how they’ve found a sense of belonging at BU. There’s always free food and drinks along with resource flyers so you can grab and go–or stay for a conversation. These pop-up programs happen in college's lobbies and the GSU Link.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    Dimensions
    • Social
  • BIPOC Mental Health Collective

    BIPOCMHC serves as a safe, communal space for racial minority students to share mental health resources and experience.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Charles River Campus
    • Fenway Campus
    • Medical Campus
    • Study Abroad Programs
    • Virtual
    Dimensions
    • Emotional
  • Black Students Support Group

    This Student Health Services support group is a safe space for Black identifying students to speak openly, check-in, and share their experiences about how they are impacted by the events in their communities and the world. Participants will learn skills to help them feel empowered and confident in managing stressors, pursuing advocacy, and practicing leadership.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Virtual
    Dimensions
    • Emotional
  • BMC Department of Psychiatry Adult Outpatient Clinic

    The outpatient clinic at BMC offers a wide variety of therapy and psychiatry services. Counselors offer individual, group, couples, and family therapy, with approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. Psychiatrists and therapists are available to treat conditions such as bipolar disorder, psychosis, mood disorders, and more. * Fee based program
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Medical Campus
    Dimensions
    • Emotional
  • Body & Self Support Group

    This Student Health Services group provides a space for students to explore ways to improve their relationship with food, their body and themselves. Members discuss how issues related to self-esteem, emotions, relationships, and managing stress connect to and impact our relationships with food.
    Levels of Study
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    Locations
    • Virtual
    Dimensions
    • Emotional