The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is our top priority. Explore a number of campus resources focused on health and wellness, sexual and relationship violence prevention, anti-hazing measures and Title IX below.
Services and resources to support students’ holistic health and wellness—physical, mental and emotional—are available through the Barnes Center at The Arch, including:
- 24-hour support for students experiencing a mental health crisis, seeking support for sexual assault or relationship violence, or needing medical consultation;
- counseling available in individual and group therapy settings;
- the Crowley Family MindSpa, supporting stress reduction and mindfulness;
- Health Care supporting students with routine wellness visits, gender affirming care, nutrition counseling, sexual health appointments and more;
- Options Alcohol and Other Drugs workshops focused on harm reduction strategies, decision-making and understanding the psychological impact of substance use;
- peer education teams providing interactive programming and outreach;
- the SoulSeries to explore topics surrounding mindfulness, connection and purpose;
- the Walters Pet Therapy Room to spend time and de-stress with therapy animals, and
- Wellness Leadership Institute workshops, fostering growth and exploration into eight dimensions of wellness.
Learn more about holistic health and wellness on the Barnes Center at The Arch website.
The Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team is available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year by calling 315.443.8000. This is a free and confidential service for students seeking support, advocacy and discussion of reporting options for sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and harassment. Learn more on the Barnes Center at The Arch website.
A number of prevention and education resources and workshops are available to members of the campus community. Explore the Wellness Leadership Institute and join the Student Education and Prevention Team for Sexual and Relationship Violence Listerv.
Syracuse University is dedicated to promoting a safe and healthy campus environment for its students, faculty, staff and visitors. As such, the University does not tolerate hazing activities by any individuals, groups, teams or recognized student organizations.
Housed within the Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services, the Title IX Coordinator has a primary responsibility for coordinating the efforts of Syracuse University to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX. Learn more about Title IX by visiting the Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services’ Sexual Misconduct FAQ or exploring Know Your IX, an off campus resource.
Recognize, report and prevent bias-related incidents to foster an inclusive and welcoming campus community.
All Syracuse University community members are encouraged to participate in bias education initiatives, including Wellness Leadership Institute workshops, and are urged to report incidents using the STOP Bias online reporting tool.
Learn more about bias, educational opportunities and reporting options by visiting the University’s STOP Bias webpage.