On-campus Resources

Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)

Medical Services (CUIMC)

Medical Services within Student Health on Haven provides a full range of primary care services and any needed referrals to specialty services as needed  for students at the CUIMC campus.

Counseling Services (CUIMC)

The Counseling Services of Student Health on Haven offers services from social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists to provide short-term individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluations, and referrals for ongoing treatment with community-based providers as needed.

Sexual Violence Response & Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center

Sexual Violence Response & Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center works to promote behaviors that foster positive, healthy, and consensual relationships, and supports survivors of violence through advocacy, connection to resources, community education, training, and engagement.

Disability Services

Disability Services facilitates equal access for students with disabilities by coordinating accommodations and support services, cultivating a campus culture that is sensitive and responsive to the needs of students on the Morningside and Medical Center campuses.

Well-Being and Health Promotion (CUIMC)

The Well-Being and Health Promotion team leads, facilitates, promotes, and participates in collective, systemic and innovative action for student health and well-being at CUIMC.  In partnership with students, staff, and faculty, they work to co-create an equitable and just campus community in which the people, programs, practices, policies, and spaces foster student health and well-being.

Addiction Information & Management Strategies (AIMS) (CUIMC)

AIMS has professional staff and peers available to help students who have questions about substance use, abuse, dependence, and other related issues. 

Student Health on Haven Nutrition Services (CUIMC)

Students at the CUIMC campus can make an appointment to speak with a nutritionist about proper meal planning, setting realistic nutrition goals, and other nutrition questions. 

50 Haven Athletic Center (CUIMC)

The 50 Haven Athletic Center at the Medical Center campus is a facility open to members of the uptown campus community looking to be active. The center currently makes cardiovascular (cardio) training and strength training equipment available for members' use.