USF Alert:

Most courses on the Fort Wayne campus and USF Crown Point will continue to be conducted remotely throughout the summer.

Further information will be available at

Counseling and Medical Services

Health & Wellness Center
1516 Leesburg Road


The Student Assistance Program offers short-term counseling and consultation services free to currently enrolled students. Counselors are here to provide support and guidance for students experiencing depression, anxiety, identity issues, anger, stress, relationship problems or substance abuse. All services are confidential and provided in a welcoming, comfortable setting, regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnic background, age, sexual orientation, citizenship or presence of a disability.

To schedule an appointment, call 260-266-8060, 800-721-8809 or visit  Hours for counseling are Mondays & Wednesdays,  10 am-4 pm and Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30 am-4:00 pm.

Counseling Services at the Crown Point site

A full range of free personal counseling services is offered to University of Saint Francis students. Guidance and support is offered to students as they face a number of problems, which may include emotional distress, peer pressure, substance abuse or family conflict. Confidentiality is strongly emphasized.

University of Saint Francis students may access the Student Assistance Program by calling 219.662.3730 or 800.747.7262, 24 hours a day. A counselor will gather information and arrange a meeting at one of several convenient locations. The main office is located at 1505 Court St., a short distance from Franciscan St. Anthony Health, Crown Point. Students must identify themselves as USF students, using their student IDs to receive the free service.

Medical and Wellness Services – Fort Wayne

Operated by Parkview Physicians Group provider and staff, the USF Health & Wellness Center helps to ensure students have a successful well-being journey. The Health & Wellness Center is here if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Mild asthma
  • Minor headache
  • Sprain, strain
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
  • Cuts, scrapes
  • Cough, sore throat
  • Ear or sinus pain
  • Eye swelling, irritation, redness or pain
  • Minor allergic reaction
  • Minor fever, cold
  • Rash, minor bumps

If you have more serious symptoms that are not listed, please go to the emergency room.

To schedule an appointment, call 260-373-7540 or visit Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10-4; Tuesday, 11-14, and Friday 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  As of Fall 2020, appointments are required.

The Health and Wellness Center is closed during school breaks.