PLU Counseling, Health & Wellness Services

PLU Counseling, Health & Wellness Services (CHWS) provides integrated medical, mental health, and wellness care to enable optimal student overall well-being.

CHWS follows the university’s lead on late openings and/or closures.  Please be aware that communication from our office may be limited during these situations (and likely suspended if the university is closed).  Availability of office staff, counselors, and clinicians are also likely to be adversely affected and schedules modified.  Click here to read further…

Proactive Care Services

Check out these videos created by Counseling Center counselors!  The Proactive Care video series will be an ongoing project, designed to bring self-help topics to a larger audience, on demand.  Keep an eye out as new topics will be added throughout the semester!

Tools for Today's Challenges - 2-Part Workshop

Are you feeling stuck? Are you struggling with motivation, loneliness, and/or COVID fatigue?  Join us for a two-part proactive, educational workshop to learn new Tools for Today’s Challenges!

Reserve your spot today!

Lute Telehealth

“When it’s not an emergency but you need medical or mental health support, just visit anytime, from anywhere.”  It’s okay to ask for help!  There’s no better time than now to take care of your health and well being.

Lute Telehealth is a free, 24/7/365 resource for PLU students, expanding on-demand and scheduled access to licensed mental health providers and nurse practitioners via online or phone-based services.

Click the yellow link below to register for free and get connected today!

Learn More About Us and Our Mission

After Hours Resources

  • Lute Telehealth:  24/7 medical and mental health services, when it’s not an emergency but you need support – anytime, anywhere.
  • Urgent mental health support after business hours (including weekends and holidays), contact the Counseling Center Crisis Line at 253-535-7075.
  • Urgent medical advice after business hours, contact the MultiCare Consulting Nurse Line at 253-792-6410.

For additional community resources, visit Urgent/Emergency Resources.