Need help after hours or weekends?
Emergency Medical Assistance
Emergency medical assistance is initiated with a call to University Police at (203) 392-5375 or 911. A police dispatcher will obtain a brief description of the emergency and send an officer to the scene. In case of a life-threatening situation (e.g., apparent heart attack, breathing difficulty, state of unconsciousness) the dispatcher will call simultaneously for an ambulance and arrange for an escort for the ambulance to the exact campus location. In all cases, Health Services will be notified of the action taken.
Want to talk to a nurse?
Feel free to call our office at (203) 392-6300 during office hours.
To help students balance the demands between their studies and parenthood, the University has two lactation rooms. One lactation room is located in the Women's Lounge in Connecticut Hall on the first floor, and the second lactation room is located on the first floor of the Hilton C. Buley Library, Room 117. Students who need a quiet, welcoming space in which to pump breast milk may use either lactation room with advance notice. For more information or to reserve a lactation room, please visit the Lactation Room website.
- American Heart Association
- American Lung Association
- Family Doctor
- Health Central
- National Institutes for Health
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
- AlaTeen and Alanon
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
- National Institutes on Drug Abuse
NUTRITION, EATING ISSUES AND BODY IMAGE
SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH