WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
As of Monday, March 16th, the Center for Student Wellness is operating remotely. Our team is now working through various virtual platforms. Our services will be placed on hold or held via phone, video call or email, depending on the case.Our doors are closed, but we are still available to support you online.
If you need to get in contact with us please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also be reached through DM on our Instagram @uofuwellness.
Emergency Student Resources
For students who may be encountering financial emergencies, our campus have established a single point of contact for emergency financial aid requests. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at FAwin1@utah.edu or at 801-581-6211 to discuss options for assistance.
If anyone is experiencing food insecurity, the Feed U Pantry is a resource available to members of our campus community. The Union Building will be closed until further notice, but they are offering to-go bag curbside pickup every Monday and Thursday from 12-3PM. Place your orders by 5PM the night before on their website. For curbside pickup, come to the union and call the front desk. Someone will place your order outside by the A-frame out front.
Have a question and not sure who to ask? We're here to help!
Center for Student Wellness has partnered with several Student Affairs offices to provide you with a one-stop shop to get your questions about student resources answered. Visit our collaborative page here.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE
We are currently providing virtual advocacy via Zoom and telephone, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
We provide free, confidential and trauma informed support for U of U students, faculty and staff who have or are experiencing interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, sexual harassment, family violence and stalking. To contact our advocates, email email@example.com or submit the "request an appointment" form located here.
COVID-19 TOOLS and RESOURCES
What is COVID - 19?COVID-19 is the new respiratory disease spreading around the world and it is caused by a coronavirus. The virus is thought to spread via respiratory route, either directly through droplets expelled by an infected person who coughs or sneezes onto another susceptible person or indirectly when a susceptible person touches an infected surface and then touches their face.
What are COVID-19's symptoms?The most common symptoms are very similar to other viruses: fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. Common symptoms of COVID-19 are changing as more is learned about the disease. Visit the CDC's website for the most up-to-date information.
The Center for Student Wellness is committed to the well-being of our entire community. Stay informed about how our campus is responding with resources to support your journey.