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Health and Wellness

Each semester friendly dogs visit the Conservatory.

Health and Wellness

Your health is a priority, and we make it easy for you to get access to the care you need, ensuring that all students have access to health insurance. From hearing health to counseling, we provide an array of services and information that can help keep you up and going.

We also want to help relieve the stress that can build up during your daily grind as a student. SFCM regularly hosts dog visits on campus, allowing students to take a load off and have some fun with friendly pets. Additionally, drop in to our free, weekly yoga class and put your mind at ease and center yourself before taking on the week's activities.

Getting medical treatment quickly is trouble-free, as about a half dozen hospitals and medical facilities are located within two miles of campus. There's also an urgent care clinic located one block from campus, and another fewer than two blocks from SFCM's housing dormitory, the Panoramic.

Orientation and Workshops

The yearly Orientation program includes a session on staying healthy at the Conservatory. In this session, a number of topics on health and wellness are covered by the Conservatory Physical Therapist and the Conservatory Counselor. Throughout the year, the Office of Student Affairs offers workshops publicized to students by email and through the SFCM Campus Life Facebook Page. Recent topics include performance anxiety and physical health as it applies to daily practice.

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