Columbia University Morningside Campus
Medical Services (Morningside)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) (Morningside)
CPS supports the psychological and emotional well-being of the Morningside campus community by providing counseling, consultations, and crisis interventions — all of which adhere to strict standards of confidentiality. Drop-In Counseling Offices offer the opportunity for students to meet with CPS counselors, without an appointment, when immediate support, resources or referrals are 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 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.
Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP) (Morningside)
Alice! Health Promotion (Morningside)
Alice! Health Promotion centers student experiences, builds partnerships, and utilizes evidence-informed, equity-minded, and multi-level approaches to prioritize well-being and enhance capacity within a campus community where students can thrive. Students may engage with Alice! directly through one-on-one health education visits, participating in workshops and trainings, and partnering to prioritize health and well-being within the campus community.
Columbia Health Nutrition Services (Morningside)
Columbia Health BASICS program (Morningside)
BASICS is designed to assist students in examining their drinking and other drug-use behavior in a judgment-free environment. Services provided through the BASICS program are non-judgmental, non-labeling, and private.
This service is available to all all registered undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the Morningside campus, including Affiliated Schools: Teachers College, Union Theological Seminary and Jewish Theological Seminary.
Tobacco Cessation (Morningside)
Columbia students can meet with a tobacco cessation specialist, who will provide individual support and help students understand the process of quitting along with developing a personal plan to stop using tobacco. The program offers behavioral and pharmacological support, including meeting with a cessation specialist, prescriptions for medications to assist in the quitting process and access to no-cost over-the-counter nicotine replacement products.