Wellness Center at Lakeland University

Health & Counseling

FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL 911

Health & Counseling

Lakeland University's Wellness Center is an on-campus health resource located on the ground floor of Brotz Hall. We are here to help with your basic health and personal needs and provide referral services to outside healthcare providers as needed.

If you are in need of immediate assistance, please contact one of our emergency numbers:

ServicePhone Number
Police/Fire/Ambulance911
Campus security565-1126
Hall Director (on-call)565-1119
Sheboygan County Crisis Line (mental health)459-3151

Want to check on medical questions you may have or just out of curiosity, here are a few links you may want to check out. These are for informational purposes not to diagnose you.

Health

Staying Healthy On Campus

The Lakeland Wellness Center is available to all Lakeland University enrolled students. Lakeland's Wellness Center is open year round (Monday-Friday) and is located in Brotz Hall, LL21. 

Prevea offers a free screening for COVID-19 online at: Prevea.com/virtualcare

Following guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at Lakeland University will contribute to the greater good and to the wellness of all. Thank you for all you are doing to help!

Wellness Center
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Counseling

Personal Care On Campus

The Counseling Center provides confidential support and assistance to students as they develop academically, personally, socially, and spiritually. We are committed to addressing and promoting mental health and wellness on campus. 

Counseling Services

Incident Reporting Forms

All submitted forms are treated as completely confidential.

Confidential Reporting Form

  • Below is Lakeland University's CONFIDENTIAL reporting form. The information provided will be sent directly to Alex Liosatos, Director of Health and Counseling Center, and a campus advocate.

Non-Confidential Reporting Form

  • Below is Lakeland University's Non-Confidential reporting form. When this form is submitted, the University will respond in accordance with its policies and procedures. The information provided will be sent directly to David Simon, Title IX Coordinator.