If you have an immediate safety concern on campus, please contact the Department of Public Safety at 202-884-9111 or dial 9111 from a campus phone.
A key component of the work in Student Affairs is to provide students with information and referrals to campus, crisis and community resources. Student Affairs is able to offer many resources to students of concern including medical and mental health services; access to the Student Affairs food pantry (short term) and long term referrals; spiritual development; one time – emergency financial assistance; short term transportation assistance; conflict resolution and other behavioral interventions.
- Child Care Resources
- Cold Emergency Alerts
- Domestic Violence Assistance
- Elder Care Resources (Coming Soon!)
- Emergency Student Assistance Programs
- Food Assistance
- Health Services and Health Insurance Resources
- Housing Assistance and Shelters
- Know Your Rights
- Legal Aid Clinics
- Mental Health Resources
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs (SNAP)
- Technology Resources
- Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
- Transportation Resources
- Veterans Resources
Please reach out to Dr. Karen Gerlach, Vice President of Student Affairs for referrals and assistance.