Preventative, proactive and holistic—from day 1
We take physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual health seriously. From the first day a student arrives, we provide a range of services to help students get and stay healthy. Our approach is preventative, proactive and holistic.
Campus Safety and EC-ERT
During the academic year, our student-run Eckerd College Emergency Response Team (EC-ERT) responds to medical emergencies on campus twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
With 361 days of sunshine per year, our setting pretty much guarantees year-round outdoor living. You can join intramural games or club sports and take advantage of facilities such as our gymnasium, weight room, baseball stadium, beach volleyball courts, boathouse and more.
From the flu to more serious illnesses, the nurse practitioner and medical director in the Health Center are ready to help. The Center accepts most medical insurance coverage and all services are completely confidential.
Psychological and Emotional Health
If you need classroom or housing accommodations, check in with the Office of Accessibility on how to get the support services you need.
We offer confidential information, assistance, and support to survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. Whether you are on the path to healing, want to know more about your reporting options, or are supporting a friend, our Office of Advocacy Services can help.
Gender Equity and Inclusion (Title IX Office)
Eckerd College is committed to complying with all requirements as set forth by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
We have counselors on staff to help you navigate the emotional ups and downs of college. Talking with one of them can give you insight into how to make good choices for yourself that will get you where you want to go. All services are free of charge to full-time students and completely confidential.
We foster a continuing and challenging campus conversation about spiritual issues, discussion focused on the role of religion and spiritual life in the contemporary world, enrichment of a student’s spiritual life and religious pluralism
We provide proactive and follow-up case management services for students referred to the CARE Team for personal, emotional, and academic concerns. Our staff are typically the first contact when gathering information about how to help a student or when trying to connect a student with resources on campus.