Visit After-Hours Care for a list of local emergency services, urgent care centers, and pharmacies.
Emergency Medical Assistance
Emergency medical assistance is initiated with a call to University Police at (203) 392-5375 or 911. A police dispatcher will obtain a brief description of the emergency and send an officer to the scene. In case of a life-threatening situation (e.g., apparent heart attack, breathing difficulty, state of unconsciousness) the dispatcher will call simultaneously for an ambulance and arrange for an escort for the ambulance to the exact campus location. In all cases, Health Services will be notified of the action taken.
To help students balance the demands between their studies and parenthood, the University has two lactation rooms. One lactation room is located in the Women's Lounge in Connecticut Hall on the first floor, and the second lactation room is located on the first floor of the Hilton C. Buley Library, Room 117. Students who need a quiet, welcoming space in which to pump breast milk may use either lactation room with advance notice. For more information or to reserve a lactation room, please visit the Lactation Room website.
Ask The Dietitian
A Registered Dietitian will be in the Fitness Center: ASC 204 this fall to answer your diet and nutrition questions and help you make healthy choices. The Registered Dietitian is available for 30-Minute individual nutrition consultations.Call (203) 392 - 8971 to register. Free for all undergraduate and graduate students.
Check out the Healthy Eating Brochure from Chartwells!
Flu Shot Clinics
Stay healthy and protect yourself from the flu! Bring your insurance card and prescription card.
Fall 2018 Walk-In Clinics:
- September 17 Jennings 133 10am-2pm
- October 10 Academic Quad (Rain Location: Engleman A/B121) 11am-2pm
- October 24 Academic Quad (Rain Location: Engleman A/B121) 11am-2pm
- January 30 Engleman Rotunda 11am-2pm.
There is no copay for most insurance carriers.
Mindful Life Coaching At Southern
Simply put, mindfulness is the practice of being where your feet are. It is the skill of focusing intentionally in the present moment and accepting it without judgment. In this series, you will learn how to reduce your stress and worry, and how to improve your overall well-being and quality of life. This eight-week series helps you to feel more centered and calm, and gives you the skills to manage life's challenges in a more effective way!
All mindfulness sessions are free to registered students, faculty, and staff.