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COVID-19: On-Campus Service Availability

NOTE: WE HAVE UPDATED INFORMATION BELOW, PER THE STAY-AT-HOME ORDER FROM ST. LOUIS CITY AND COUNTY.

Academic Advisors and General Student Support and Referral

  • Brown School Academic Advisors will be available for individual appointments and to help you navigate any issues that arise.
  • We plan to hold advising meetings for Fall 2020 courses. You will hear from your individual advisor about scheduling/approving your worksheet.
  • Meetings will be held virtually via Zoom or conference call.
  • Contact your advisor directly via email for questions and/or an advising appointment.

Bear Bites/Alternative Food Support

  • Per the stay-at-home order put into effect bt St. Louis City and County, after 5 pm on Monday, March 23, we can no longer stock or allow on-campus access to the Bear Bites space in Brown Hall. In lieu of this offering, we have a limited supply of remotely accessible food-support resources. If you have immediate concerns about your level of food security, please contact Zach Romo at zromo@wustl.edu for support.

Laptops on Loan

  • Laptops are no longer available for check out on campus. If you have an issue with technology needs, reach out to Danielle Bristow at Danielle_Bristow@wustl.edu

Communication Lab

  • Dr. Coogan will continue to maintain regular appointments with students that will be held virtually either via Zoom, phone conference or through shared documents.
  • Please continue to make appointments through WC Online.

Career Services

  • Trainings, information sessions and appointments will be held via Zoom. Look for emails from the Career Services staff for specific times/links, etc.

Disability Resources (DR)

Visit the Disability Resources page for more information.

Financial Aid

  • Katie Noonan is available to meet with students virtually via Zoom or Conference Call.
  • Please contact her at cnoonan@wustl.edu or 314-935-6655.

Habif Health & Wellness Center

We encourage you to visit habif.wustl.edu to stay current on Habif's hours and services. Currently, no routine appointments are available at this time, including well visits, allergy shots, or immunizations. If you are ill and need to be seen, please call 314-935-6677 for an appointment. If you need to leave a message, please include: full legal name, student ID number, phone number and ensure you have a working voicemail. After-hours, students can call 314-935-6666 and follow the prompts to connect with the Nurse Advice Line.  

Pharmacy: Quadrangle Pharmacy will be open Monday through Friday,  9 am -3 pm. Students needing to transfer prescriptions to home pharmacies can call (314) 935-6662 during business hours.

Mental Health: Habif Health and Wellness is now scheduling Zoom appointments with students that meet their criteria and have completed the telehealth consent form. For emergency mental health consultations and check-ins, call 314-935-6695 (business hours) or 314-935-6666 (after-hours support). Visit the Counseling Center Referral Service website to search for community providers; check to be sure they accept your insurance.

Effective 3/30, United Healthcare Student Resources is waiving all member cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing AND treatment through 5/31/2020. They will also be waiving cost-sharing for telehealth services by in-network providers for ALL services, COVID and non-COVID through 6/18/2020.

You can follow and connect with Habif digitally in the following ways:
Instagram: @washu_habif
Twitter: @WashU_Habif
Facebook: @WashUHabif
Facebook WashU Recovery Group
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Brown School Library

  • Library staff remain available for individual Zoom appointments. You can schedule an appointment here: https://libguides.wustl.edu/BrownSchoolLibrary/About
  • The Brown School Library has created two resource collections specific to COVID-19: 
    • COVID-19 Information Resources is a collection of vetted, evidence-based information resources curated by Public Health Librarians as well as search guidance people can use on their own.
    • Digital Resources includes academic publications that are freely available to students and instructors during this crisis. Also included is St. Louis public library incformation, which may be of interest during this time. Our public libraries offer a lot of online movies, TV shows, books and magazines of all ages. 

Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP)

  • They will continue to serve graduate and professional students who remain in the St. Louis area.
  • Remote appointments can be made via email at rsvpcenter@wustl.edu or by calling 314-935-3445.

StatLab

  • Week of March 23: Back to regular hours, appointments available via Zoom.
  • Please book appointments online here
  • Look for updated information on schedules at this Box link.

Sumers Recreation Center

  • The Sumers Recreation Center and South 40 Fitness Center are closed.

Writing Center

VIRTUAL MEETINGS FOR THOSE IN RECOVERY