The Health Education Office is an inclusive resource center that focuses on preventative health and wellness on campus.
We provide services and resources related to sexual and gender identity, sexual health and misconduct, alcohol and drug use and abuse, healthy relationships, and mental health and self-care. Georgia Ringle and the student Health Advisors are free to meet with students regarding these topics. Our staff are available to all students and are equipped to connect students with additional resources. The top priority of this office is the overall wellness of the Davidson student body.
Everyone’s experience with health and wellness topics is different. This office recognizes the unique needs of specific communities on campus and works hard to provide relevant resources for all students. No matter how you identify, you are welcome here.
COVID-19 Resource Guide
Check out the Center for Student Health and Well-Being's Covid-19 resource page for available support/services as well as helpful mental and physical health tips.
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing Date – Friday, November 6, 1–5 p.m.; Tomlinson Residence Hall Conference Room B50. By appointment only (look out for a Signup Genius link in the next couple of weeks).
In addition to the student Health Advisers, Davidson is home to many student organizations that relate to health and wellness, including:
- Rape Awareness Committee
- Y.A.N.A.S.H. (You Are Not A Stranger Here)
- Queers & Allies
- Queer Mentorship Program
- Health Justice Committee
- H.O.S.T. (Helping Organizations Stand Together)
- Be the Match
- Planned Parenthood Generation Action
- Mental Health Ambassadors
Center for Student Health and Well-Being, Lower Level
Box 7188 Davidson, NC 28035
209 Ridge Road Davidson, NC 28035