Health and Wellness

The team of providers at Mary Baldwin University Health and Wellness is committed to providing the best care to all students we serve. We offer comprehensive healthcare services (including primary and referral needs), mental health support, and counseling, plus coordinate health education and communicate medical information.

Faculty and staff support is provided through MBU’s wellness program, and additional resources such as Anthem Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and WebMD’s well-being program.

Contact Us

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

Health Center: 540-887-7095
Counseling Services: 540-887-7281

Student Health Center
Blakey House
Main Staunton Campus


Student Health Center

Access comprehensive and confidential care on campus, so you can feel your best and meet your health goals.

Services include treatment for routine and acute illnesses and injuries, sexual health, drug and alcohol education, nutritional education, and campus outreach.

Counseling Services

On-Campus mental health support
Get the free and confidential support you need to make your college experience healthy, productive, and rewarding.

MBU + TimelyCare

Virtual mental health support
MBU’s partnership with TimelyCare provides students with free, 24/7, on-demand mental health and counseling services through a user-friendly virtual platform.

MBU Wellness

MBU Wellness offers students, faculty, and staff many opportunities and resources to create a healthier experience, both on campus and off.

For Faculty and Staff

MBU faculty and staff can access numerous resources and opportunities designed to support their health and wellbeing. Programs and resources include Mary Baldwin’s wellness incentive program; Anthem’s confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP); WebMD’s well-being portal; and more.

COVID-19 Info

The pandemic is easing across the country, and we are entering the expected endemic phase. The federal COVID-19 public health emergency declaration expired on May 11, 2023, but be aware COVID-19 may still circulate at low levels. Please consider getting evaluated and/or tested if you have any symptoms. And MBU encourages you to stay up to date with COVID vaccinations, along with an annual flu shot.