Health and Well-being
The constant pressures and changes due to COVID-19 are creating new forms of stress and mental health challenges for our AU community as we cope in different ways at this unprecedented time. We are here to help, and we want to make sure everyone knows about the resources we have that can support our students, faculty, and staff. We'll continue to add to these resources over time.
The AU Counseling Center is available online for our students through the Virtual Counseling Center, and the 24-hour ProtoCall crisis line can be reached at 202-885-7979. The Counseling Center team has also collected helpful resources for everyone coping with these times.
Fall 2020 operational details and information for The Market – AU’s campus food pantry – will be provided shortly. It will be available and serve as a resource for students in need.
American University stands strongly against anti-Asian bias and discrimination, as well as racism of any kind. As a community, we will continue to ensure that our curriculum, policies, and programs reflect our values of inclusivity and respect. We continue to encourage community members to reach out to support systems on campus, report bias in virtual classrooms and communities, and use inclusive language when discussing COVID-19.