As a Fordham graduate student, in a remote environment, keep in mind that you are still entitled to the same campus resources relating to well-being and mental health. Considering how easily social distancing leads to stress, anxiety, and feelings of loneliness and isolation, it is in your interest to review these resources and familiarize yourself with new initiatives and benefits in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Counseling and Psychological Services is offering initial screening/appointments, or continuing CPS services remotely. For information, initial screening/appointments, or continuing CPS services.
- CPS has provided a guide to managing distress related to coronavirus. You can find a list of useful tips and strategies here, as well as information about the support group.
University Health Services is operating remotely, and Health Services staff are available to remotely advise and treat mild illness while referring students to local urgent care or emergency room facilities for acute medical problems. Students on the Aetna Student Insurance plan may utilize a remote Teladoc service made available through Aetna.
- University Health Services information is available
- Information on Teladoc
- Office of Disability Services (ODS) is also offering remote support for students, ODS accommodations, and applications
- Office of International Services (OIS) is working remotely to continue supporting students. In addition to contact information, you can find the OIS Director’s Notice concerning the COVID-19 outbreak as well as regular updates
- Campus Ministry information and updates