Returning to Campus

Wellness Support (8/3)

We are committed to promoting comprehensive health and well-being of our students.  The Office of Student Health Services, the Counseling Center and the Center for Student Well-being all work to assure that students have timely access to medical care, mental health services and health promoting programs.

All services and programs have remained operational, though in limited, remote or hybrid mode, and have included enhanced attention to screening, testing, tracing and supporting any students with COVID-19 symptoms or illness. Students asked to self-isolate have been provided with medical monitoring, mental health assessments and other supports including academic support. During the fall semester and as long as necessary, we will continue to provide twice-daily medical monitoring of COVID-19 positive cases, mental health assessments and delivery of counseling and Care Team support for all other academic, student and daily living needs. 

Please visit the following websites for further information about available services and hybrid and remote delivery during our phased reopening:

All clinical sites will require temperature and symptom checks before entering, and all customer service points will have physical barriers in place. Sufficient PPE supplies for health care and front-line personnel and enhanced cleaning/disinfectant protocols will be maintained. Spaces will be reconfigured and patient flow directed to maintain social distancing.