Your Guide to Columbia Health for Fall 2020

What you need to know about accessing Columbia Health’s programs and services. 

By
Columbia Health
September 08, 2020

Welcome to a new academic year and this unique Fall term. Despite the challenges posed by the global COVID-19 pandemic, Columbia Health remains – even more so today – committed to helping you stay healthy, so you can focus on all that the University has to offer, wherever you may be learning and living this year. 

Below is a quick guide to help you access the programs and services available to support you, wherever you may be.  

Columbia Health Fall 2020

Alice! Health Promotion

Counseling & Psychological Services

Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP)

Disability Services

Medical Services

Sexual Violence Response

Student Health Insurance Office

Immunization Compliance Office

*Please note that operating hours subject to change. Please visit our homepage for current hours. 

Want to call but only have internet access? Please use the widely available voice-over internet calling services to reach us! 

Our virtual appointments are done telephonically or via the secure, confidential Zoom Health platform. 

In-person appointments at Medical Services, Disability Services, and Sexual Violence Response are conducted while complying with all public health guidelines, including space occupancy limits, high frequency cleaning, face covering, and physical distancing.  

Columbia Health and the University’s Pandemic Response 

Columbia Health has played a critical role in supporting the Columbia University from the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, from advising the University’s Emergency Management Operations Team, staffing the COVID-19 hotline 212-854-9355, providing communications and signage guidelines, and coordinating care with other campus services for students who have tested positive.  

Currently, Columbia Health is managing the Morningside campus COVID-19 Testing Center at Roone Arledge Auditorium at Lerner Hall and Contact Tracing Program. To support the Columbia Community Health Compact, Alice! Health Promotion conducts all Keeping Columbia Healthy training for Student Ambassadors.  

For more University COVID-19 resources: 

COVID-19 Website 

covid19.columbia.edu 

COVID-19 Hotline 

212-854-9355 

COVID-19 Test and Trace Program 

covidtesttrace@columbia.edu  

212-853-7100 (Contact Tracing only)