Health and Well Being

Confidential Resource Advisor – Interpersonal Violence Support

Provides free and confidential support to students impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking.

Counseling Center

The experience of being a college student can be challenging — whether balancing new & old relationships, family & school, or dealing with stress that comes from everyday life. Whatever is on your mind, the Counseling Center is here to help.

Cutler Health Center

EMMC University Medicine–Cutler Health Center provides professional, quality health care services on campus. Hours of operation are Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Call 207.581.4000 for an appointment or for more information. Services offered include allergy shots, acute and chronic care management, physical exams, women’s health, physical therapy and athletic training for club/intramural sports. On-site laboratory and x-ray services are also available.

DeMeritt Forest Trail System

The DeMeritt University Forest was named for Dwight B. Demeritt in 1971 in recognition of his work to procure the land for the University of Maine. Four tracts of government land near UMaine (ca. 2,000 acres) when it was acquired by lease in 1939 and then by deed in 1955. The DeMeritt University Forest has played a key role in education, research, demonstrations, and training of students. It is a haven for wildlife and members of the University community. Its 15 miles of trails are ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists, equestrians. During the winter months, skiers and snowshoe enthusiasts are welcome to enjoy its many trails as well. Campus Recreation maintains the trails.

Maine Bound Adventure Center

By combining recreation and education, our programs offer adventure opportunities for every lifestyle while instilling skills that are used in everyday life. Our professional staff and devoted student instructors alike are passionate about educating participants in all the responsible fun and adventures that the majestic Maine outdoors has to offer.

Mind Spa

One of the most common struggles our students face is how to manage the stress and anxiety that comes from trying to balance the various demands of a college student; from classes and work, to navigating family and romantic relationships. While counseling can be very helpful for these concerns, we recognize that most students would benefit from learning a few new ways of managing their stress on their own. Stop by The Mind Spa, which is in our Outreach & Education Office to learn more! Located in the Student Wellness Resource Center in the Memorial Union.

New Balance Recreation Center

Our vision is a UMaine community that is healthy, engaged and physically active. We nurture this vision by offering fun and challenging recreational programs supported by world-class customer service, a universally welcoming environment, and exceptional facilities.

Psychological Services

The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is an outpatient clinic that provides high quality psychological services to the people of central Maine. It serves as the primary site for an American Psychological Association accredited doctoral training program in clinical psychology at the University of Maine.


This online mental health tool is available for the well-being of the UMaine student community. SilverCloud is an online platform that is available to all University of Maine System students at no cost. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy principles, the self-guided program is available anytime, on any device. Aimed at providing treatment for mild or moderate issues like anxiety and depression, SilverCloud allows individuals to confidentially manage symptoms using the program’s interactive content and skill-building tools.

Student Wellness Resource Center

Wellness is more than just fitness. It includes nutrition, stress-reduction, creative expression, and anything that leads to living a happy, self-directed life. Our goal is to help you define well-being, whatever that means to you. Through programs ranging from Alcohol & Drug education, Bystander Intervention Training, and our Black Bear Race Series, we provide resources, information, and support to promote wellness. Whatever your need, we can connect you with appropriate resources on campus.

Wilson Center

The Wilson Center is an independent, progressive religious & spiritual voice on campus. Our most central value is the equality of all people – we welcome people of all genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, races, religions, ethnicities, abilities, and economic backgrounds. We believe that we as a community and as individuals are enriched by diversity. We welcome seekers, agnostics, questioners, atheists, and people of every faith tradition. We welcome interfaith and multicultural events of all kinds.