The Wellness Center offers comprehensive services and programming to promote student success and healthy lifestyle choices. Health Records, Accessibility Services, Counseling supports, DOJ Violence Against Women Grant, and wellness programming are functionalities under the umbrella of the Wellness Center. In an effort to sustain healthy living, services and programming are offered year round. Students may also visit the Wellness Center for resources related to physical and emotional wellbeing, as well as be referred to community based organizations who can assist them.
The Wellness Center is located on the main campus, room 118.
Phone: (716) 827-2579 | Fax: (716) 825-0416
Email: [email protected]
Prior to registering for classes, students must submit all required health documents to the Wellness Center. For a comprehensive list of required immunization records and forms, or to learn more about these requirements, please click the “Health Records” tab below.
To submit health records, please scan and email completed documents to [email protected], or submit them by fax at (716) 825.0416.
To view, save, or print a copy of your processed health records, please log into E-Student and click Document Tracking (on the left).
For questions about your health records, please email [email protected] or call (716) 827.2579
To learn more, please visit our Health Records page
Accessibility Services is committed to ensuring full participation of students with disabilities and mental health impairments. It is our goal to maintain an equitable learning environment by working with students to determine reasonable accommodations.
To learn more about services or to discuss your eligibility for reasonable accommodations, please contact [email protected] or call (716) 827.2579
To learn more, please visit our Accessibility Services page
Counseling Services and Supports
Counseling Services provides short-term counseling to help students manage current stressors and identify more effective strategies to improve their ability to function socially and/or academically to achieve their goals. Students are able to schedule up to five counseling sessions per year, with additional support, referral information, and resources available as needed. Crisis appointments are available during office hours and will have priority.
To learn more about services, please contact Genevieve Kruly at [email protected] of by phone at (716) 827.2412.
Visit the Counseling Services page for more information.
In the event of an emergency or for crisis support outside of office hours, or if our counselor is not available, please contact Crisis Services (24-hour Hotline) at 716-834-3131, or call 911.
DOJ Office of Violence Against Women Grant
The Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women awarded a grant to Trocaire College in October 2018 to support the enhancement of victim services, implementation of prevention and education programs, and the development of strengthened responses to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking on campus.
The OVW grant has afforded Trocaire College the opportunity to form the Interpersonal Violence Intervention and Prevention (iVIP) program, and the Trocaire Coordinated Crisis Response Team (CCRT), which includes members of the Trocaire community and outside community partners.
For assistance, please contact Jennifer Elliott, Coordinator of OVW Grant at [email protected] or call (716) 827.2543
To learn more, please visit our iVIP page
Wellness Programming is held throughout the year on various health and wellness related topics.
In collaboration with Trocaire’s Human Resources Department, the Wellness Center co-chairs the Wellness Committee. This committee promotes health and wellness within the college community through education and initiatives that inspire and empower students, faculty, and staff to take responsibility for their own health. Meetings take place each month.
For more information: [email protected]