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Health, Wellness and Safety at Catawba College

At Catawba College, the safety and overall wellness of our students are top priorities for us. We know that parents want their students to live and thrive in a safe and secure environment - and we agree.  

Catawba students have a wealth of available resources, services and facilities designed to help them achieve and maintain health and safety throughout their time on Catawba's campus.

Personal Safety.
Personal Safety.

 #CatawbaCares is more than just a hashtag. This phrase embodies the close-knit, caring environment that many of our students find very meaningful and valuable. To us, Catawba students are like family. Our public safety officers get to know our students personally and have their safety in mind as they make their daily rounds throughout our campus.

Across campus, there are services and processes in place to help provide the safest environment possible for our students. Catawba even has an Emergency Response team that stays up-to-date with the latest in campus safety protocols, implementing such best practices as the CatawbAlerts emergency notifications, classroom safety quick guides, campus call boxes, emergency information and routine drills so that in the case the unthinkable happens, we'll be as prepared as possible.

Overall Wellness.
Overall Wellness.

At Catawba College, we know that being "healthy" means more than just hitting the gym or eating your fruits and vegetables. We know that the overall wellness of our students includes many aspects such as physical fitness, mental health, and spiritual wellness. In fact, this overall well-being is important to the success of every College student.

To support all the diverse interests and needs of students at Catawba, we provide the best recreational opportunities and facilities, nutritional guidance and healthier alternatives in Dining Services, wellness promotions and incentives, annual health fairs, pastoral and mental health counseling,  and a health center to provide medical attention when students need it.