NEW Spiritual Life and Student Counseling & Wellness Centers
The Department of Diversity & Inclusive Development is excited to welcome students, staff, and faculty, in celebrating the grand opening of the Spiritual Life and Student Counseling & Wellness Centers this Wednesday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony. This strategic move is about a student-first approach to care at Multnomah, aimed at increasing both the inclusivity and integration of care and student development on campus. These departments will continue to work towards the holistic development of students at Multnomah and are excited to celebrate the hard work and vision behind the new Centers.
The Student Counseling & Wellness Center is open Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. offering professional individual, couple, family, and group counseling services. Our mission to support the holistic development of students so other services available are coordination or care, advocacy, and referrals.
In conjunction with other Diversity & Inclusive Development programs, MU Well initiatives are aimed at programs, events, and conferences promoting overall health of Multnomah students and the community at large.
Please call (503) 251-6511 to schedule an appointment or visit our website to fill out a request online.
The Spiritual Life Center is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Spiritual formation is a foundational goal of all that we do at MU. This work takes place through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, is grounded in the Word of God, and is nurtured and supported in Christian community. At the Spiritual Life Center, we have many opportunities in place to support our students in their decision to grow spiritually, and we hope these programs enhance their personal relationship with our great God.
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