Alice! Health Promotion
Alice! Health Promotion recognizes that health is a vital part of learning and works to create and sustain a healthy campus community in which students can achieve their personal and academic goals. Alice! coordinates Stressbusters, CU Move, and Go Ask Alice!, a leading online health question-and-answer resource. Wien Hall, Main Floor; (212) 854-5453.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services supports the psychological and emotional well-being of the campus community by providing short-term individual counseling for students, couples counseling for students and their partners, student-life support groups, and medication consultations. Emergency consultations are available to the entire university community. Alfred Lerner Hall, 8th Floor; (212) 854-2878.
Disability Services facilitates equal access for students with disabilities by coordinating reasonable accommodations and support services, cultivating a campus culture that is sensitive and responsive to the needs of students.
Accommodations are adjustments to policies, practices, and procedures that “level the playing field” for students with disabilities and provide equal access to Columbia’s programs and activities. Examples include the administration of exams, services such as note-taking, sign language interpreters, or assistive technology, and coordination of accessible housing needs. Accommodation plans and services are specific to the disability-related needs of each student and are determined according to documented needs and the student’s program requirements.
Registration includes submission of both the Registration Form and disability documentation. The application and disability documentation guidelines are available online and at the Disability Services office. Students are encouraged to register within the first two weeks of the semester to ensure that reasonable accommodations can be made for that term. Please note that students are not eligible to receive accommodations until the registration process is complete.
Disability Services Liaisons are designated faculty or staff from each school, academic program, or campus service who work with Disability Services to coordinate accommodations for students with disabilities. The GSAS liaison, Richard Slusarczyk, may be reached at rs37 [at] columbia.edu.
Columbia Disability Services Contact: Call (212) 854-2388 (voice/TTY), email disability [at] columbia.edu, or visit the Disability Services website. The Morningside campus office is located on the seventh floor of Lerner Hall, and the Medical Center Campus office is located at 101 Bard Hall.
Medical Services provides comprehensive care for routine, urgent, and chronic medical needs of students. Medical Services also provides sexual health services, reproductive and gynecological services, travel medicine, LGBTQ health care, immunizations, confidential HIV testing, and referrals. Medical Services includes the Travel Medicine Program, Columbia University Emergency Medical Service (CU-EMS), and the Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP). John Jay Hall, 3rd & and 4th Floors; (212) 854-7426.
Sexual Violence Response & Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center
Sexual Violence Response (SVR) provides trauma-informed, confidential support through crisis counseling/intervention, advocacy, prevention, and outreach focused on interpersonal violence and harassment. Our mission is to eradicate all forms of gender-based violence. Through collective community action, SVR is committed to social change and creating a culture of accountability.
|Helpline: (212) 854-HELP (4357)
For support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
|CUMC: (212) 305-1721
|Main Office – Morningside Campus
2920 Broadway, 700 Alfred Lerner Hall, New York, NY 10027
3009 Broadway, 105 Hewitt Hall, New York, NY 10027
|Columbia University Medical Center
60 Haven Avenue, 206 Bard Hall, New York, NY 10032
For walk-in hours, visit SVR’s website.
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