See the latest updates and information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, including a list of University contact information at semo.edu/covid19.
In response to COVID-19, our office will be maintaining the option for Teleconsult services (via Zoom, telephone, email, or similar service). We will also be offering limited face to face sessions if agreed upon by both counselor and client. Face coverings are mandatory for these services, as well as temperature checks/screenings upon entry of our office.
For crisis management, contact Center for Behavioral Health and Accessibility at (573) 986-6191 or email@example.com, or after hours, contact the Department of Public Safety at (573) 651-2911.
Hours of Operation are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with the exception of Spring Break and Summer, in which our office will close at 4:00 p.m. Please be advised that our office will be closed anytime the University is closed.
The Campus Violence Prevention Program raises awareness and promotes the primary prevention of interpersonal and sexual violence to create a safe campus environment.The program informs students and employees of their rights regarding reporting instances of violence and ensures access to counseling, victim advocacy, legal assistance, and supportive services available on campus and in the community. The program serves a vital role in promoting bystander intervention and educating the campus to prevent interpersonal violence.
Crisp Hall 201-202
All Spring 2021 outreach requests must be submitted by March 19, 2021.
The Campus Violence Prevention Program provides educational and engaging presentations to faculty, staff, and students. Please see below for topics, or, enter other to work with us to create a presentation specifically tailored to your needs!
The UI100 Presentation is a combined presentation with Campus Violence Prevention and the Office of Student Conduct. The Campus Violence Prevention Program representative will inform on confidential services available to students, outreach opportunities, the dynamics of interpersonal and sexual violence and bystander intervention. The Office of Student Conduct representative with provide an overview of the Code of Student Conduct addressing behaviors related to: physical violence, sexual misconduct, harassment, hazing, alcohol and illicit drug violations, using alcohol responsibility, risk reduction, and academic dishonesty.
Presentation requests must be received 48 hours in advance to be considered.
The Campus Violence Prevention Program provides educational and engaging workshops to small groups of faculty, staff, and students. Please see below for options, or, enter “other” to work with us to create a workshop specifically tailored to your needs!
Workshop requests must be received 48 hours in advance to be considered.