Student Health and Well-being
UMN Morris resources, such as the Morris Let’s Thrive program, support students’ health and foster well-being for success in college and in life.
This on-campus health clinic provides nursing staff, physicians, and medical staff in partnership with Stevens Community Medical Center. Services include medical care, lab tests, immunizations, and some prescriptions. A student health and wellness fee supports all out-of-pocket and co-pay costs. Students are required to have health plan coverage to ensure they have access to medical care and can maintain good health. Learn more about health insurance.Phone: 320-589-6070 (messages are checked daily through the summer)
UMN Morris is committed to providing equitable access to learning opportunities for all students. Resource Center staff collaborate with students who have disabilities to provide and/or arrange reasonable academic and residential accommodations and provides support for students with physical, psychological, and/or cognitive disabilities.Phone: 320-589-6178
Student Counseling helps students meet the challenges of college, address mental health issues, and transition to adulthood. Counselors provide confidential services to all students, free of charge, including short-term, individual, personal, or undecided major/career counseling. Services are offered to Minnesota residents via tele-medicine during the remote learning period. The Wellness Center encourages healthy living through resources like Peer Health Educators, the Violence Prevention Program, and Morris Healthy Eating.Phone: 320-589-6060
Students rate UMN Morris in the top 10 percent of colleges nationwide for their sense of safety and security. Licensed, uniformed Campus Police officers and security staff provide proactive patrol, crime prevention, safety programs, safe escort services, parking, law enforcement, and emergency services 24 hours a day. Students can register family members for SAFE-U emergency notifications.Phone: 320-589-6000