Pearce Hall with springtime flowers

Collegiate Recovery

With the Collegiate Recovery grant period ending June 30, 2024, Methodist University will be phasing out its Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). However, several collegiate recovery services will still be offered on-campus, and the CRP Lounge located in Pearce Hall will be redesigned and transitioned into a holistic well-being space for the upcoming Fall 2024 semester.

Mark Gronski, Director of Counseling Services, will continue to oversee SMART Recovery meetings on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. In addition, Counseling Services will continue to offer clinical services related to substance use, misuse, and abuse and make referrals as needed to various community partners. The Connections app, which will be rolled out in Fall 2024, will provide asynchronous recovery support to students considering or actively in recovery, as well.

Cynthia Reyes, Director of Campus Recreation & Wellness, will oversee the lounge in Pearce Hall and continue to host weekly sober social activities and wellness programs in this dedicated space.

Both departments plan to collaborate and offer intentional, interactive, and educational programs about substance use, misuse, and abuse throughout the year.

Health & Wellness at MU


Cynthia Reyes, M.S.

Director, Campus Recreation & Wellness
Cynthia Lally

Mark Gronski, M.S.W., LCSW

Director, Counseling Services
Mark Gronski