After-hours Urgent Medical Concerns: 212-854-7426
After-hours Urgent Mental Health Concerns: 212-854-2878
24/7 support for survivors of violence:
Columbia Health is an integrated program that provides extensive on-campus health care and services for you while you are enrolled at the University. Columbia Health and an accepted medical insurance plan work together to meet your health care needs. Columbia requires all full-time students to enroll in both. To meet the insurance requirement, you must either confirm your enrollment in the Columbia Student Health Insurance Plan (Columbia Plan) or provide proof of alternate coverage that meets the established criteria listed on the Columbia Health website. International students are required to enroll in the Columbia Student Health Insurance Plan. Part-time students may also enroll in Columbia Health and the Columbia Plan.
Benefits and Services of Columbia Health
Columbia Health compromises five departments and diverse group of highly-trained professionals to meet your health needs on campus.
John Jay Hall, 3rd and 4th Floors
Phone: 212-854-7426 (24/7)
Medical Services provides routine and urgent medical care, travel medicine, and immunizations, as well as sexual health services, reproductive and gynecological services, LGBTQ health care, and confidential HIV testing. Students can make appointments online with their health care provider and are encouraged to do so (bios and photos are available online).
Counseling and Psychological Services
Lerner Hall, 8th Floor
Phone: 212-854-2878 (24/7)
Counseling and Psychological Services offers short-term individual counseling, referrals for longer-term therapy, consultations for couples, student-life support groups, medication consultation, and emergency consultation. Students are welcome to select a mental-health clinician (bios and photos are available online).
Wien Hall, 1st Floor
Phone: 212-854-2388 (voice/TTY)
Disability Services facilitates access for students with all types of disabilities, including physical, psychological, sensory, AD/HD, learning disabilities, temporary and chronic medical conditions by coordinating reasonable accommodations that are determined on a case-by-case basis and are adjustments to policies, practices, and programs that facilitate access to Columbia's academic programs, campus resources, and activities. Examples include exam accommodations, note-taking, sign-language interpreters, assistive technology, and accessible housing coordination. Detailed information regarding the registration process, including appropriate forms and documentation guidelines, is available online.
Alice! Health Promotion
Wien Hall, 1st Floor
Alice! Health Promotion connects individuals and groups with information and resources, cultivates healthy attitudes and behaviors, promotes health-supporting policy, and fosters a culture that values and supports individual and community health.
Sexual Violence Response
Lerner Hall, 7th Floor
Phone: 212-854-HELP (4357) (24/7)
Sexual Violence Response works to promote behaviors that support positive, healthy, and consensual relationships, and supports survivors and co-survivors of violence through advocacy, connection to resources, community education, training, and engagement.