- To reach a medical professional, call 212-854-7426 (Morningside) or 212-305-3400 (after hours, press option 7 (CUIMC).
- To reach a mental health professional, call 212-854-2878 (Morningside) or 212-305-3400 (CUIMC).
- To reach Sexual Violence Response (all campuses), call 212-854-HELP/4357.
Note: If you have recently lost or are about to lose health insurance via an employer or parent plan, you may be eligible to enroll in the Columbia University Student Health Insurance Plan. Timing and other restrictions apply, so please reach out at the earliest opportunity to [email protected] (Morningside) or [email protected] (CUIMC) for more information and to see if you may be eligible to join the Columbia Plan. Friendly reminder: If you are graduating, the plan still covers you until August 14, 2020.
Hours are Monday to Thursday, 8:30 AM-6:30 PM and Fridays, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. After-hours crisis intervention is available at all times, including nights and weekends. Call 212-854-2878 for all services (24/7).
CPS also hosts nonconfidential weekday online support groups and community spaces for individuals and couples. Learn more.
Medical Services offers virtual appointments on weekdays for routine and urgent medical care, and limited in-person care for urgent medical needs.
Hours are Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Walk-ins will not be accepted. All students must call 212-854-7426 in advance before visiting, including those with pre-scheduled routine appointments. For all services, call 212-854-7426 (24/7).
The Student Health Insurance Office offers virtual support to help students access affordable healthcare services by guiding them through insurance selection/enrollment, maximizing their benefits, verifying referrals for off-campus care and providing support during the claims process. Hours are Monday to Friday, 9 AM-5 PM. Write to [email protected].
CUIMC Student Health Service offers the following services ) with 24/7 phone lines noted below.) Visit the CUIMC SHS website for operating hours and more information.
Use the health portal to schedule telephone appointments and to communicate directly with your provider. After-hours access remains available for urgent medical or mental health needs. For after-hours support, call 212-305-3400, option 7.
Hours for Medical Services are Monday to Thursday, 8 AM-7 PM, and Friday from 9 AM-4 PM.
Through free, confidential Wellness Appointments and Wellness Works! Health Promotion programs, the Center for Student Wellness remains available virtually and continues to offer programs and opportunities for connection. Visit the website or write to [email protected].& Hours are Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Read Vice President for Student Affairs Joseph Greenwell’s letter to students about the importance of maintaining an inclusive campus community and his op-ed on how we can work together to strengthen our campus community.
- Learn about University Life’s Initiative on Inclusion, Belonging and Community Citizenship and the skills needed for cultivating more inclusive spaces. You can also participate in University Life’s Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging or be trained to become a Campus Conversations Facilitator to lead conversations on identity and community with your peers.
- Listen to this podcast, “COVID-19: US vs. Them: The Danger of Blame,” with Professor Robert Fullilove from the Mailman School of Public Health on stigma and pandemics. Professor Fullilove offers insights into why people, in times of stigma, pandemics and stress, rely on fear instead of facts, and shares what we can do to counter this impulse.
Students registered with Disability Services may obtain virtual support for academic and housing accommodations, including exam accommodations, e-text, note-taking, learning specialist sessions, CART and captioning.
Hours are Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Write to [email protected] or call 212-854-2388.
Sexual Violence Response offers virtual trauma-informed, confidential support.
Hours are Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students may call 212-854-3500 or write to [email protected]. SVR’s 24/7 year-round helpline, for help with crisis intervention, options for reporting, seeking medical help, and safety planning, may be reached at 212-854-HELP/4357.
Religious Life has organized virtual resources to help nurture the spiritual and religious health of our community. Learn more about weekly online offerings and gatherings. Students seeking religious or spiritual counseling can also reach out any time to make an appointment (212) 854-2184 or [email protected].