Health & Safety

Physical and emotional well-being contribute to your success 

 FGCU provides comprehensive services to ensure your health and safety, including emergency and routine preventive care, counseling and information on health and self care.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Self-help resources can enhance problem-solving, goal-setting and confidence.

Free counseling can help you learn strategies for coping with anxiety, depression, relationships and other challenges on your path to achieving success in college.

Student Health Services

 Academic success is closely associated with your overall health and wellness.

We provide routine care, immunizations and 24-hour emergency assistance as well as education that can help you make good lifestyle choices for a healthy future.

Prevention & Wellness

 Patterns established in college can have lifelong impact.

We connect with students by providing information, events and resources relevant to their lives and their decisions about nutrition, alcohol and drugs, sexual health and other important wellness issues that can affect their success.

Eagles Care for Clean Air

FGCU is a smoke-free and tobacco-free Campus

FGCU became a smoke-free and tobacco-free campus in an effort to support the practice of environmental sustainability and to create a healthy community for our students, faculty, and guests.

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FGCU Campus Food Pantry

Having trouble affording enough food to meet your basic needs? The pantry is here for you. Students with a valid ID who genuinely lack financial resources can choose up to 10 pounds of food once a week at the pantry, which is supported by donations.

Learn about the Food Pantry

Student in the Food Pantry

Campus at night

Campus Police & Safety

The University Police Department ensures the safety and security of students, staff, faculty and visitors on campus around the clock. The accredited department’s numerous safety procedures have contributed to FGCU’s rating by University Primetime as the second-safest campus in the country (2014-15).

Explore campus safety