Support for StudentsI am a student who is impacted by COVID-19. What should I do?
Students who have specific questions regarding the COVID-19 situation may submit questions through the following web form. Messages be reviewed and responded to as quickly as possible.
If you or any other student you know is struggling as a result of this situation, the following resources are available:
- Xavier's Office of Counseling Services, provided by Xavier, is offering teletherapy (via phone or video) to students seeking clinical mental health services. In-person appointments are not available at this time. Contact Counseling Serivces at 513-745-3166 option 2, for more information.
- The Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice staff members are also available to provide faith-based support (513-745-3567).
- If you have specific concerns about an individual student, please reach out to the Dean of Students office (513-745-3166).
- All members of the Xavier community are encouraged to reach out in support of those in need. To mobilize campus resources to support a student, a Student Concern Report may be submitted at: xavier.edu/studentconcern
A therapist is on-call 24/7. If you are in a crisis and need to speak with a therapist after hours, please contact Xavier University Police Department at 513-745-1000, who will put you in touch immediately with the on-call therapist. Please only utilize calling XUPD if it is an urgent mental health need after hours. All other after-hours questions and concerns should be directed to Counseling Services during regular business hours, 513-745-3022, Option 2.
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