Student Support & Advocacy

Announcement: May 20, 2022

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.

Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) Hybrid Operations

Consistent with public health measures to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, several Columbia Health offices, including Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS), operate in a hybrid format of service delivery, with some appointments available in person, and others, remotely. 

Special Announcements

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS), at Columbia's Morningside Campus, remains fully functional and maintains a combination of remote and in-person services and appointments. You may contact CPS by calling them at 212-854-2878 to schedule an appointment.  
  • For some specific emergencies, you may consider the Wendy M. Dressel Student Emergency Fund.
  • The Student Wellness and several services at Teachers College (TC) have been operating in a hybrid schedule. You may read more about our hybrid operations by visiting the following our Service Page

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 an appointment with us 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 our team regarding a student wellness concern. 

Last Updated: June 1, 2022.

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