Wellness Center

Health, Counseling & Disability Services

Our mission is to provide services designed to address the modification and maintenance of successful healthy behaviors through a wellness philosophy. Wellness is a lifelong process. It is the integration of body, mind, and spirit; an appreciation that everything a person does, thinks, feels and believes impacts mental and physical health. We aim to empower students to become health consumers responsible for their well-being and the fulfillment of their personal goals.

Health Services

A medical provider is available Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. Staff will assess students and provide guidance for self care of minor injuries and illnesses. Staff will refer students for additional medical evaluation if further treatment is needed for any individuals with serious symptoms.

There is no charge for the health services received at the Wellness Center.

Urgent care facilities are located around the city. Students will be referred to them, telehealth or their home primary care provider if further evaluation and treatment are required.

Emergency care is available to the students at McLaren Flint or Hurley Hospital. In the case of an emergency students can call Campus Safety at extension 9501 (on campus), or 810-762-9501 (off campus).

Hours of Operation
 

Office Hours
Monday-Friday 
8:00am-4:30pm

Health Services
Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 
10:00am - 2:00pm

Counseling/Disability Services
Monday and Thursday
8:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Wellness Center After Hours 
(810) 762-9650

Counseling Services

The Wellness Center provides individual counseling to students who experience psychological, behavioral or learning difficulties. Counselors are available by appointment. Students can drop by or call the Wellness Center to make an appointment. Some issues that a counselor can help with include, but are not limited to:

  • Relationship conflicts
  • Stress and/or other emotional difficulties
  • Grief and loss issues
  • Alcohol or other drug use
  • Transition to college life
  • Harassing and bullying issues

Wellness Center After Hours Assistance

Students who have urgent mental health events that cannot wait until the next business day to speak the counselor, can call the center office line at 810.762.9650 and speak with a licensed clinician. 

Togetherall is an online peer support resource for college students. We have partnered with them and WellTrack to provide resources on various topics, articles, etc. about things that are going on in your life. Utilize these sites as an added support resource that enhances your relationship with our counselors on staff.

Wellness Center

Phone: (810) 762-9650
wellness@hualushudian.com

Cristina G. Reed, M.A., L.P.C.
Director
(810) 762-9650
creed@hualushudian.com

Community Resources

McLaren Hospital 
(810) 342-2000

Hurley Medical Center
(810) 262-9000

Genesee Urgent Care
(810) 720-8700

Genesee County Community Mental Health Services
(810) 257-3605

Disability Services

Kettering University provides disability services in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (1990) and its amendments, along with state and local regulations regarding students, employees and applicants with disabilities. Under these laws, no qualified individual with a disability shall be denied access to participation in services, programs and/or activities at Kettering.

Prospective students in the admissions process should contact the Wellness Center as soon as possible to discuss appropriate documentation needed to verify a disability and to identify the type of services, accommodations and adaptive equipment that may be necessary. 

View or Download the Disability Services Handbook

Disability Accommodations: The differences between High School and College

Confidentiality

Under HIPAA, the Wellness Center does not disclose any medical information to a parent or guardian without the student’s consent unless the student is mentally incapacitated or threatens to harm him/ herself or someone else. When parents call with a concern, the student is contacted directly.