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The SCF Wellness Program is designed for full- or part-time SCF students

The Wellness Program opens for enrollment during the first week of classes in the Fall and Spring semesters. For questions or more information, please email StudentLife@SCF.edu

Contact the Office of Student Life

StudentLife@SCF.edu

941-752-5607

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Student Health and Wellness Program


Services for Your Physical Well-Being

A Lifelong Journey of Personal Health and Fitness

Overall well-being contributes to student success. When you feel good, you perform better academically. SCF offers resources to help you stay well and perform at your best. The SCF Wellness Program is designed for full- or part-time SCF students and involves many activities from the seven dimensions of wellness: physical, spiritual, social, emotional, intellectual, occupational, and environmental.

Get Insurance Coverage

The following links provide information regarding insurance products for college students. Each company is independent so the fees, and coverage options may be different for each policy. Please contact the individual provider directly for additional detailed information. 

We understand that health insurance can be difficult to navigate, so here is informative resources.

  • Premier Nursing Academy: 
  • Affordable Care Act

Resources if You are Unhoused

If you do not have fixed, regular or adequate house and are not in the physical custody of a parent or adult, we can help you navigate agencies to find suitable housing. offers a program specifically for young adults.


 Services for Your Emotional Well-Being

SCF Counseling Services 

The Dean of Students Office offers Counseling Services to students to support their mental well-being. SCF offers counseling appointments, a 24/7 Counseling & Support Line, and options to speak to the Campus Ministry.

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 800-273-8255. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. You can call this number if you want to talk to someone now, or if you want to help a loved one in distress.
  • On Campus Counseling. It takes strength to ask for help. Sometimes life can be overwhelming. If you feel stressed, overwhelmed, without motivation or stuck, reach out to us. We provide virtual and on-campus face-to-face counseling. We’re waiting to help.