Oct. 6: Until further notice, all in-person student activities, with the exception of classes, associated coursework and intercollegiate athletics, are paused temporarily. For the time being, many of these activities will transition to online modalities. Visit the Barnes Center at The Arch Fall 2020 webpage for information surrounding how to access services, resources and the actions taken in support of cleaning procedures and healthy habits. For the latest information on health and safety precautions and updates from the University, please visit syracuse.edu/Fall2020.
24-Hour Support Call 315.443.8000
Syracuse University students experiencing a mental health crisis, seeking support for sexual assault or relationship violence, or needing medical consultation can receive free confidential services 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 315.443.8000. Please note, routine consultations should hold until the next business day.
Phone Tree Instructions
If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call 315.443.4299 or 911.
- For a mental health crisis, or to speak with the Sexual And Relationship Violence Response Team, please press 3.
- To make an appointment for Health Care or Counseling, please press 0 or stay on the line.
- For a list of additional services, please press 2.
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Pharmacy Phone Tree Instructions 315.443.5691
Refill requests may be made using the Patient Portal. Please complete the form under “Pharmacy.”
- To leave a message for the pharmacist, please press 1.
- If you are a prescriber wishing to leave a prescription order, please press 2.
- To speak to a member of the pharmacy staff, please press 3.
Using the Contact Us Form, please share feedback, grievances and questions without fear of retribution. Feedback allows the Barnes Center at The Arch health and wellness team to enhance the student experience. In order to respect patients’ privileges and privacy, please do NOT list any private health information concerning yourself or the student you’re contacting our office for. All details and specific information is able to be discussed via phone conversation with our Health Services team when you’re contacted.
If preferred, you may contact the Office of the University Ombuds for an informal, confidential, neutral and independent resource to address concerns or questions openly without fear of retaliation or judgment. The Ombuds may be reached by email at email@example.com or by calling 315.443.1087.