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Student Health and Well-Being

Our Buildings

We house our services in two adjacent buildings, the Center for Health and Well-Being and the Thomson building. Both have been carefully designed to represent overall health and well-being at USC. We like to say that we're one home under two roofs. 

Center for Health and Well-Being

Our new 68,000-square-foot building opened in July 2017 and allows us to offer comprehensive health services in an atmosphere that contributes to and reflects our commitment to patients' well-being.

  • Center for Health and Well-Being

    LEED Gold Certified

    The building boasts 36 percent in energy savings over buildings that are less sustainable.

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    Bringing the Outdoors In

    Natural elements have been proven to lower blood pressure and positively impact well-being.    

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    A Place to Relax

    Outdoor views, green spaces and natural light make the building a place that promotes relaxation and self-care.  

Thomson Building

Home to mental health services on campus, the Thomson Building is immediately adjacent to the Center for Health and Well-Being so students can access all of their health care needs in one central area. 

  • Thomson Building

    Green Office Certified

    Sustainable practices are a reflection of our commitment to holistic health and well-being.

  • Thomson common room

    Stress-Reducing Colors

    The building uses colors that have been shown to reduce stress and anxiety.

  • Thomson gathering place

    Centralized Mental Health Services

    Counseling, psychiatry and mental wellness services are conveniently housed under one roof.


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