Center for Student Well-Being

An FLCC student visiting the Center for Student Well-Being.

The Center promotes and fosters a holistic approach to student well-being. In-person health and counseling services and virtual medical and mental health appointments are available. We also offer assistance with basic student needs such as food and transportation.

Health and Wellness Support Services

The Center for Student Well-Being offers a wide range of health and wellness services at no cost to FLCC students. All services are offered with a registered nurse or family nurse practitioner. Review the resources below to find the support your need to meet your educational goals. Stop by or schedule an appointment anytime.

Student Health Portal

FLCC offers free services for the prevention and treatment of health problems that may impact your academic success or personal well-being. Review the full list of student health service programs and schedule appointments through our student health portal.

Student Health Portal Log-in

Counseling and Emergency Services

Counseling is available on a one-to-one basis for students who wish to discuss personal issues affecting their academic experience. We offer assistance with food, transportation, and other emergency services. Schedule an appointment through Starfish to meet with a counselor.

Visit Counseling Services

Immunization Requirements

If you plan to take in-person courses, participate in on-campus activities, or live at The Suites at Laker Landing, you must submit proof of immunity against Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and Meningococcal Meningitis (or complete a waiver form). COVID-19, influenza, and mpox vaccinations are strongly encouraged for students.

Review Immunization Requirements


Timely Care - Telehealth for FLCC Lakers

Virtual Care from Anywhere

FLCC is excited to offer TimelyCare – a telehealth program for students. The service provides access to virtual 24/7 medical and mental health care from anywhere, and with no cost to enrolled students!

Get on-demand support from counselors, doctors, nurse practitioners, and more. Services include unlimited medical, TalkNow, psychiatry (with referral), and health coaching visits, and up to 12 counseling appointments.

To learn more, and activate your free account, you can download this guide, watch a demo video, or visit the TimelyCare website.

Log in to TimelyCare

Healthy Living Resources

You can quit smoking. All the tools are here.

Choose what works for you and do it your way:

  • Visit Student Health Services and revel in support and compassion.
  • Bring a Quit Buddy. You may bring your roommate, classmate, best friend, or sweetheart. Research shows (and students tell us) that students with a support system can have an easier time becoming smoke-free.
  • Phone alone. Call your compassionate Student Health nurse for an assessment and Quit Plan.
  • Access help online. The Truth Initiative has developed innovative and interactive tools to help you quit using nicotine. The National Cancer Institute sponsors online and phone help. Visit or call 1-877-44U-QUIT (1-877-448-7848).

Who is Eligible for the Smoking Cessation Program at FLCC?

All FLCC students are eligible for assistance from Student Health Services. You can bring along your Quit Buddy, even if your support person is not a student. Your friends are our friends.

How to Get Started

  • Stop by Student Health Services and make an appointment
  • Call (585)785-1297 and leave a message with Student Health Services
  • Send us a message through the FLCC Student Health Portal and we will respond to you

FLCC Promotes Student Health

Student Health Services offers personal and confidential wellness care, health counseling, care of health problems, and direct, accessible, low cost medical care referrals. We also provide alcohol, drug and violence prevention, including brief alcohol/drug educational counseling, screening, intervention and referral for any student in need.

Our office works in conjunction with all campus departments to promote students working with the community in positive ways and celebrating life without abuse of alcohol, drugs and other destructive activities.

When to Get Help

Difficulty adjusting to college life, unexplained crying, bursts of anger or irritability, dramatic drop-off in academic performance, loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities, desire to avoid the company of others, use of alcohol/drugs to cope, disrupted sleep or other disturbing changes are warning signs for developing health problems.

How to Get Started

  • Stop by Student Health Services and make an appointment
  • Call (585)785-1297 and leave a message with Student Health Services
  • Send us a message through the FLCC Student Health Portal and we will respond to you

Student Health Portal

Schedule appointments, submit health related documents, and track your own wellness history through our secure student health portal.

Student Health Portal

Contact Us

Center for Student Well-Being
Room: 3260
Phone: 585-785-1211


Mon - Thu: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.