As an advisor, professor, TA, or staff member, you may be one of the first people to notice student’s challenges and its effects. Below you will find some contacts and resources that can help you assess what's the best way to refer a student for mental health services. Do not hesitate to contact the Student Support Services team if you have any questions regarding how to address and support students.
For personal matters that are not related to students, and resources on Mental Health care for you as a faculty or staff member of TC, please contact Human Resources.
Find here updates on the latest resources available for you during this period, as well as a compilation of specific articles and videos for your wellness education.
Being a welcoming and effective support may be challenging and overwhelming. The way you address or express interest and concern is just as important as your intention in supporting a student’s well-being. Take a look at this quick list of tips.
Columbia Mental Health has a counselor on-call 24/7 for Mental Health Crisis Support. Call: 212-854-2878
Crisis management, confidential counseling, advocacy, prevention, outreach focused on interpersonal violence and harassment, 24/7 on-call support available to students.
You may also contact the Title IX Coordinator at Teachers College for guidance on how to manage issues/incidents as needed.
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.
Not knowing how to build an online class? Wanting to learn more about the available tools? Needing some support to enhance digital learning?
Here are some tips from the Office of Digital Learning about how to create engaging online courses.