What you need to know about prioritizing your mental health in college

What you need to know about prioritizing your mental health in college

  The transition to college can be challenging. One of the biggest differences between high school and college is the shift in responsibility. It is up to you to create your class schedule, make the effort to get to know your professors, ensure that you know the material being taught in your classes, decide when […]

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$1.2 million grant will prepare Marymount Counseling students to serve vulnerable populations

A view of Marymount University's campus

  Marymount University has established a new fellowship program to prepare Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduates to serve high-needs populations and meet the demands of a growing profession.  A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will fund 84 fellowships for students within the University’s School of Counseling.  “This grant […]

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BeWellMU podcast delivers important health and well-being topics to MU students

BeWellMU podcast

  Today’s college students have certainly grown more comfortable with Zoom classes and remote activities over the last year, and are virtually interacting with faculty, staff and each other more than ever before. So to better connect with Marymount students during this “new normal,” the University’s Department of Student Health and Well-Being is meeting Saints […]

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Counseling students give back by volunteering at cervical cancer screening event

  Every year, the Cancer Resource Center (CRC) at Virginia Hospital Center (VHC) in Arlington, Va., sponsors a free cervical cancer screening event that aims to target women who are uninsured or underinsured in the local community. The CRC partners with the VHC’s Clinic and Pathology departments to provide pap smears and follow-up care as […]

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