Health and Wellness


The law school makes considerable efforts to provide students with both information about law student wellbeing, and also opportunities for law students to practice self-care. Beginning at orientation, students are made aware of wellbeing support services available to them by the University and the Law School. This information includes how students can access the University’s Counseling, and Psychological Services (CAPS) programming and other campus centers such as the Basic Needs Center. The following resources are made available to students throughout the academic year: 

  • Offering "Wellbeing Week" programming in October
  • Hosting weekly "Tuesdays Together" guided meditations
  • Providing access to the Koret Health and Fitness Center
  • Supporting students during two weeks of finals exams in Fall and Spring semesters
  • Assistance with connecting students with mental health providers and resources outside of CAPS
  • Supporting law student organizations with focus on affinity group community building and resources
  • Supporting law student organizations which focus on de-stigmatizing student disability services and mental health concerns
  • Publicizing Basic Needs Center and Food Pantry resources from University
  • Publicizing and referring students to Title IX resources
  • Publicizing University Ministry resources
  • Providing physical space in the law school for students to take virtual, private appointments
  • Providing a lactation room in the law school
  • Hosting speakers from State Lawyers Assistance Programs

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