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Mental Health & Wellness Fund

We focus on keeping our students well so our students can focus on changing the world. Student Development cares for the whole person as an embodiment of cura personalis, or care of the whole person. We know that 

student success and wellness are inextricably linked. Through our Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), we support students’ mental health so they can thrive and meet their educational goals. Mental health is one of the single most impactful issues facing college students today and we ask for your help in supporting our students.

Student Development provides services ranging from online screening and individual consultations to wellness clinics, the Sanvello mental health app, individual therapy, training for staff and faculty, and support for students in crisis. By supporting the Mental Health & Wellness Fund, you provide students with proactive tools and responsive services that demonstrate care for their wellbeing.

$50 provides the Sanvello app for 30 students

$100 supports drop in screening for depression or anxiety

$250 covers costs for teaching new students coping skills as the enter college

$500 supports suicide prevention programming

$1,000 subsidizes Mental Health First Aid training, a program that helps communities to understand and respond to people in distress

$30,000
OMA Emergency Fund Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy and Melissa Ries, if 600 alumni make a gift today to any fund during Seattle U Gives, it will unlock $30,000 to the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) Emergency Fund.
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$50,000
Student Mental Health & Wellness Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy & Melissa Ries and an Anonymous donor, 200 alumni gifts to any fund between 6-11:59pm will unlock $50,000 to the Student Mental Health & Wellness Fund.
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