Students attending class, working, or conducting research on campus are asked to take a daily health assessment to check for symptoms of COVID-19. The health assessment can be found here or on the Guardian App.
As part of the April 23 university closure that the interim president and provost announced earlier this month, University Health & Counseling Services will be closed Friday. However, testing at Horsburgh Gymnasium will be open from 8:00am- 4:00pm.
To speak with the nurse on-call for medical advice, please call 216.368.2450. For COVID-related concerns, you will receive immediate medical guidance, and a provider will follow-up within 24 hours.
To speak with the counselor on call, please call 216.368.5872. You can also access services through CWRU Care.
For emergencies, on-campus call 216.368.3333; off-campus call 911 or proceed to the Emergency Department.
Health Services is working to resume previously delayed services in accordance with guidance from the Ohio Department of Health. At this time, we are continuing to offer phone and video visits, with in-person visits at the discretion of Health Service staff.
Our staff are committed to working with students to provide guidance and support around mental health needs.
Students continue to have access to counselors through virtual visits, for information on how to reach a counselor visit our Counseling Services page.
Coverage under the Student Medical Plan is maintained wherever a student is located, including internationally. For general information regarding the Student Medical Plan and coverage during COVID-19 visit the Medical Plan page.
We are responding quickly to the current health pandemic. For the latest information on campus COVID-19 response and resources.
Please click here for additional supports for Black Students and our message to the community.
UH&CS and departments across campus express support for our Asian community members.
Health Alert: COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Update
CWRU and University Health & Counseling Services continue to monitor the information about the 2019 COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). As always, we are following guidance from the CDC and WHO. Get the latest information.