The Ohio State University’s wellness initiative, Buckeye Wellness, aims to improve the health and quality of life at Ohio State through evidence-based wellness education and tools.
The College of Pharmacy has been recognized across the university for its culture of wellness for faculty, staff, and students.
A variety of activities and events are available to help enhance and promote the nine dimensions of health: emotional, career, social, spiritual, physical, financial, intellectual, creative, and environmental wellness. The college also has a dedicated team comprised of Wellness Innovators (faculty and staff) and Wellness Ambassadors (students) who meet to plan and implement healthy activities.
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SP21 PharmD Student Activities
Coffee with a Proffee!
June 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Student Counseling Services
Embedded COP Counselor
All College of Pharmacy students may contact embedded counselor Dr. Shawn Levstek at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will offer you an initial counseling session via Zoom to initiate services. During this meeting, he will address your current concerns and mental health needs in addition to collecting background information and assessing your history of concerns. He will also discuss future treatment options with you and can connect you with other resources as well, where appropriate. If any students have questions or concerns, please email Dr. Levstek directly.
Counseling and Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS)
Additionally, Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) has developed resources for students that can be accessed remotely, including strategies for dealing with anxiety and stress related to COVID-19, which can be found here. You also may visit ccs.osu.edu anytime for more information regarding any of the services offered by CCS.
Student Advocacy Center
The Student Advocacy Center is working to serve students with minimal interruption during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They are a relatively small office serving a large population of students and they strive to be as efficient and responsive as possible.
At this time they encourage students and partners to contact us the following ways:
Web: Online Assistance Request Form
Phone: 614-292-1111 (voicemail)
Zoom-in Hours (MTRF 10a-2p)
Do you want to be involved, have questions or want to submit an idea?