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The university will return to campus this fall. Read our plan at www.bentley.edu/BacktoBentley 

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Be Well at Bentley

With collaborative care, expert clinicians and cutting-edge programs, you’ll be taken care of on campus

Student Health, Counseling and Wellness  

For all COVID-19 updates and FAQ’s visit: Bentley.edu/coronavirus

When you’re not feeling well, need someone to talk to, or just want to improve your well-being and self-care, turn to the Centers for Health, Counseling and Wellness at Bentley. Our expert staff are here to support your physical and emotional well-being.

The staff at the Centers for Health, Counseling and Wellness are available to talk to you remotely and we listen to your concerns and provide you with strategies to improve your health and succeed academically. Together, we’ll help you thrive.

The Health Center is closed for medical care during the summer season. The health center is working remotely to assist with administrative questions during the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For assistance from Monday to Thursday during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., please email us at ga_healthcenter@bentley.edu. Our office, like other university offices, will be closed from Friday through Sunday until mid-August 2020.  

If you are living in the area, please refer to our Health Care Options for off-campus after hours and weekend care, https://www.bentley.edu/university-life/student-health/emergency-resources-campus-care. Please remember to call the health care facility ahead of time if you think you need to be seen.

Bentley University students currently enrolled in Bentley University's Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan offered by the University can access information about COVID-19 testing and resources including a 24/7 Nurse Care Line and live video visits with a physician or mental health provider by going to https://www.universityhealthplans.com/letters/letter.cgi?group_id=267

Massachusetts residents can also find information and resources at www.mass.gov/covid19 and there is a symptom checker at Buoy.com/mass 

There is also MASS211: www.mass211.org or #Call2Talk or Dial 211 24/7 for information and referrals to local resources, including public’s questions on COVID-19 – multi-lingual, confidential and free.   

Health Center

Rhodes Hall
(781) 891-2222

We are working remotely. Please email our office at GA_Healthcenter@Bentley.edu

Counseling Center

Callahan Building
(781) 891-2274

Psychologists and clinicians at the Counseling Center can help you work through the important issues and life decisions you face as a college student.

Wellness & Health Promotion

Remotely accessible by phone 781.891.2600, please leave us a message, or email thrive@bentley.edu. Also, connect on Instagram @bentley_health

 

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New Student Requirements

Learn about new student requirements including mandatory online courses, medical records, vaccines, and health insurance.

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24-Hr Emergency Information

Call (781) 891-3131 if you’re experiencing a medical or emotional emergency.

Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence

Learn how you can help prevent sexual and interpersonal violence, support survivors and become empowered allies. Find People and Resources at Bentley that can help.

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