Wellness Services

Student Mental & Physical Health Resources

Looking for support? You’ve taken a right first step.

It is strongly recommended that Cowley College students in need of mental health resources begin by contacting Kristi Shaw at:

Phone: 620-441-5206 or 800-593-2222 ext. 5206

Book an Appointment

Student Advocate
Executive Director of Student Services


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META Teletherapy services

META Teletherapy App

The META teletherapy app is now available to all Cowley College students. META is an app designed to support your well-being throughout your time in college. All Cowley College students are eligible for online counseling sessions on the META app.

Scan the QR Code to download the App!

qr code for META

Free Sessions Available
Cowley College is covering the costs for a limited number of counseling sessions. Use the advanced filters to show providers offering school-sponsored sessions.

Choose Your Counselor
Cowley College students can connect with META providers of their choice for voice, video, and chat counseling.

Download META today at meta.app/students

Health Services

Cowley is in partnership with Chestnut Wellness for immediate student physical-health needs and a PA on on Main Campus one day per week. 

Make An Appointment Online


For students who prefer not to contact the Student Life Counselor, it is recommended that the following resources be considered:

  • Your family doctor (for a referral to a counselor or therapist) 
  • A counselor or therapist that you have worked with previously 
  • A counselor or therapist recommended by a friend or family member 
  • Your community mental health center:

    In Cowley County: Four County Mental Health @ 620-442-4540 or 620-221-9664
    In Sedgwick County: COMCARE at 316-660-7540
    In other counties: contact the Student Life Counselor for contact information 

CRISIS SITUATIONS: In a situation in which you are thinking about harming yourself or another person, it is recommended that you contact one of the following immediately

  • In Cowley County
    Four County Mental Health 24 hr. Emergency phone number
    620-442-4554 or 620-221-9686 
  • In Sedgwick County
    COMCARE of Sedgwick County Crisis Services
  • 1-800-SUICIDE (a nationwide suicide prevention referral service) 
  • Your local hospital emergency room 
  • Call 911

The links below are to websites that offer free audio recordings of guided meditation instruction.

UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center

The Meditation Society of Australia

The Worldwide Online Meditation Center


Student of Concern

A Student of Concern report form is provided in an online format. If you have concerns about a Cowley College student, you are encouraged to complete and submit a report.