Wellness Services

Balance is key to your success at Lawrence University, and you'll find many wellness services on campus to help you find that balance.  Wellness Services is an integrated department including Health, Counseling, Wellness education, and prevention programming with fitness and Recreation. Our collaboration helps us to support the whole student. 

COVID-19 News

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please contact Wellness Services during summer business hours (M-F 8:00am to 4:00pm) at (920) 832-6574 or wellnessservices@lawrence.edu. For assistance outside of business hours, please contact Campus Safety at (920) 832-6999.


How can I get vaccinated?

Wisconsin Vaccination Information

Vaccination sites located within walking distance from Lawrence University
You do not need an ID, proof of residency, or health insurance to receive a vaccine

Appleton Public Library
Appointment Website

St. Elizabeth Hospital–Ascension
Appointment Website

Appointment Website
• Create a Walgreens account or sign in to your current account.

Hometown Pharmacy 
Appointment Website

Appointment Website
• Click "MyThedaCare" at the top of the page
• Click "Sign up now"
• Follow the prompts
• After you sign up, details on how and when to schedule vaccine appointments will follow in a communication to the MyThedaCare-specified email address.

CVS Pharmacy
Appointment Website

Vaccine Finder 
• Provides locations around zip code that are vaccinating. 
• Please note, if it states in stock, it does not guarantee you will get an appointment. 

Additional Vaccination Sites

UW Oshkosh COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
Appointment Website
• Need to create an account 

Winnebago County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
Appointment Website

Already Vaccinated?

If you have received your COVID-19 vaccine, please share your vaccination information, including dates of the injection or injections, with the university. Employees should send the information to Human Resources, and students should send it to Wellness Services.

Please use coronainfo@lawrence.edu to ask questions or share concerns about the virus and its impact on the University community.

On-Campus Surveillance Testing 

Bellin has been an effective partner and we will continue to coordinate. We continue to improve our process and have added a new testing partner Concentric by Ginkgo.

As a reminder, please do not eat or drink anything 30 minutes prior to testing!

Please only attend on-campus testing if you are asymptomatic. If you are experiencing symptoms and would like to get tested, please check out one of the off campus testing locations listed below.

Off-Campus Testing (with or without symptoms)

Options for Free COVID testing
RxLink Pharmacy (2 blocks from campus)
Location: 133 E. College Ave. Appleton, WI 54911. Phone: 920-202-3772

Former Family Video Building
Location: 2700 E. Calumet Street, Appleton, WI 54915

Regional COVID-19 Testing Site
Location: Sunnyview Expo Center - 500 E County Road Y, Oshkosh WI 54901. On-line registration

Prevea Health
Location: Prevea Ashwaubenon Health Center - 2502 S. Ashland Ave., Ashwaubenon. On-line registration

Christ the Rock
Location: W6254 US Highway 10 114 Menasha, WI 54952. On-line registration

COVID testing using health insurance (check your insurance coverage)
Urgent Care Physicians
Rapid Results available: $95 (may not be covered by insurance)
Location: 3329 Express Ct, Appleton WI, 54915 Phone: 920-733-5900

Please use coronainfo@lawrence.edu to ask questions or share concerns about the virus and its impact on the University community.

CDC COVID-19 Self-Checker and Testing

Wisconsin COVID-19 Self-Checker

Personal & Behavioral Risk Factor Guidance

CDC Guidelines in Regards to Wearing Two Masks

Wellness Center Update

 You will be able to reserve a space and time by clicking here or visit go/lawrence.edu/WELLUreserve.

The building is now open for patrons with a valid ID. 

Wellness Services Appointments are available via telehealth. Call 920-832-6574 or email wellnessservices@lawrence.edu to schedule a telehealth appointment.


What is Sanvello?
Sanvello is an evidence-based, mobile care app designed to relieve the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression, anywhere, anytime—because symptoms often appear when least expected. It is not a replacement for mental health services, but can provide useful lessons and be used for overall well-being. The app offers daily mood tracking, meditations, a journal, assessments and a community board of hope. This app can be used privately or can be used in addition to mental health services. Counselors can request access to share information and assign assessments and tools individuals can try. Lawrence’s specific, emergency resources are also listed within the app for those in need of quick and easy access.

Create an account using your Lawrence e-mail account and receive free access to 100% of the content. Sanvello is provided by funds from the Kaitlin Mahr Library fund.

About the Wellness Center

The wellness center is open seven days a week, providing more than 100 hours of access. 

The facility offers a cardiovascular exercise room and a weight room, racquetball courts, a gymnasium with an elevated, four-lane jogging track, 25 meter swimming pool and a relaxing mindspa. Students, faculty and staff participate in activities such as volleyball, basketball, intramurals, TRX, yoga, Taijutsu, badminton, pickleball, water polo and more!

Wellness Services



COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates

Online Mindfulness Series

An online mindfulness series made especially for the Lawrence Community. 

Wellness Resources    

A list of various wellness resources and understanding your risks during the pandemic.

Building Update

SUMMER HOURS (June 14-September 10)

Monday-Friday 7am-7pm

Saturday and Sunday 9am-4pm

Closed July 3-5, September 6

You may make Wellness Center reservations by clicking here. The building is now open to students, employees, retirees, emeriti, dependents and alumni with a valid LU ID.

Be Safe