Student Wellness


For those students who were approved for remote instruction during the Fall 2021 and/or Spring 2022 semesters due to medical conditions that put them at risk for COVID-19 complications, please note that this was a College-level approval that is not considered a disability-related accommodation. 

Students experiencing disability-related barriers they believe are preventing them from attending class in person and engaging in a meaningful learning experience during the Summer 2022 or Fall 2022 semester may contact OASID at to discuss whether they may be eligible to receive disability-related accommodations.

Special Announcements

  • Columbia's Counseling and Psychological Services Center on main campus (CPS) is still active and having phone appointments. You can reach out to them at 212-854-2878 to schedule a call with a counselor. Outside of office hours, you can still call 212-854-2878 to speak with a counselor on call 24/7. 
  • Please click here for more information on the COVID-19: Teachers College CARES Act: Student Emergency Relief Funding. 
  • Please click here for more information on the remote-working operations of Student Support & Counseling at TC within these upcoming weeks.
Updated 06/05/2020

Reach Out

Not Sure Where to Begin?

Finding resources can be overwhelming. Check these questions (and answers) that will guide you in the right direction! You may also schedule a consultation with Student Support Services by filling out our Contact Form.

In an Emergency? 

Contacts for immediate assistance if you’re experiencing a mental health or psychological crisis.

Worried About a Student?

If not in an emergency, but still concerned about a student, here's some guidance on how to approach the situation. You may also fill out the Referral Form to connect with the Student Support Services Team regarding a student mental health concern. 

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