Well-being, Crisis and Other Resources
Many resources exist to assist members of the campus community to address well-being issues, as well as respond to crises involving physical and mental health, the safety of persons or property, violations of the law or of University policy, sexual assault or harassment, or undergraduate students in need of emergency funding.
Please visit the following sources for more information about available services:
- Ombuds office
- University Health Services/Counseling
- Public Safety
- Emergency Preparedness
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Withdrawals and Readmissions Related to Mental Health
Students lacking financial means to meet critical needs such as medical care or emergency travel may request funding from the Dean's Emergency Fund by contacting Dean Mike Olin.
Situations of any kind involving the possibility of imminent harm to a member of the University community should be reported without delay to the Department of Public Safety at (609) 258-3333. Those seeking assistance with serious but non-critical personal matters regarding students are advised to call the student’s residential college dean or Dean Mike Olin at (609) 258-3052.