Wellness Resources

Support on Campus

Counseling Center Crisis Line

For non-suicidal psychological emergencies.

  • (217) 333-3704: M-F, 8am-5pm
  • (217) 359-4141: after hours

Crisis Line

Counseling Center

Counseling, group counseling, referrals to community therapists, and specialized assessments for alcohol and other drug use, ADHD, and disordered eating.

  • (217) 333-3704 to make an appointment

Counseling Center

Women’s Resource Center

Programs, workshops, mentorship, fun activities and networking events focused on the intersectionality of sexism and other forms of social identity - including confidential advising for survivors and their support persons who have been impacted by sexual assault/rape or abuse within a relationship, stalking, harassment, and sexual exploitation.

  • (217) 333-3137



Office of the Dean of Students

Programs and services to assist and support students in achieving academic and personal success. Provides important educational and developmental opportunities, serves as student advocates, empowers students to be successful, and promotes students' rights and responsibilities.

  • (217) 333-0050 to reach the Emergency Dean on-call, who supports students experiencing health/safety emergency situations in which an immediate University response is needed and cannot wait until the next business day.

Dean of Students

McKinley Health Center

Appointments with primary care providers, pharmacy services, mental health counseling and treatment, travel exams and inoculations, women's health clinic, health resource centers for over-the-counter self-care supplies, and information from health education units.

  • (217) 333-2705 for McKinley Health Center and Dial-a-Nurse (available 24/7)


Introduction to Wellness

In this presentation we will explain the similarities and difference between wellbeing, wellness and health and we will introduce the Student Affairs Wellness Wheel and navigating resources at Campus Recreation and Illinois.

Reflection Room


The reflection room is located on the concourse level of the ARC next to the entrance to the instructional kitchen.

Rest, relax, and reboot in the ARC reflection room. Use the calming space for both structured and unstructured meditation. Included in the space is a sound machine, light machine, coloring sheets, comfortable chairs, prayer pillows, yoga mats, and yoga blankets. Patrons can also pick up and read educational resources, as well as scan a printed QR code for guided meditation exercises.