Student Counseling Services, located in Rhoads Hall, provides counseling, support services, and referral information to students. Individuals are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with a counselor in advance of arriving at the center. All services are free and confidential. Student information shall not be shared to a third party without a signed release of information. Contact Student Counseling Services at 724-738-2034.
Student Health Services, located in Rhoads Hall, is open 24 hours a day during the academic year. The Student Health Center is staffed by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses. The Student Health Center can also place you in touch with community agencies offering free services for students in psychological crisis and students who are victims of interpersonal violence and/or sexual misconduct. Contact Student Health Services at 724-738-2052.
SRUPD (Slippery Rock University Police Department) is 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This office is located at 145 Kiester Road (across the street from the Morrow Field House). There are also other police departments that service this area, the SRUPD are able to connect you with those offices and assist you with the process. If you are unsure which police department in the area should be contacted, the SRUPD are always more than willing to assist you and direct you to the appropriate policing agency. Contact SRUPD at 724-738-3333.
Student Conflict Resolution Services, located in Old Main serves as the University’s Judicial/Conduct office. The office can assist with processing No Contact Orders and/or No Trespass Orders. If you are interested in making a judicial/conduct referral, please, use the following link. Student Conflict Resolution Services can also be contacted at 724-738-2507.
Diversity and Equal Opportunity, located in Old Main, houses the University’s Title IX Coordinator, Holly McCoy. Ms. McCoy, meets with individuals with questions, concerns or a complain related to Title IX, which prohibits discrimination based on gender in educational programs which receive federal financial assistance. Title IX also protects all students from unlawful sexual harassment, including sexual violence, in school programs and activities. Sexual violence means physical sexual acts perpetrated against a person’s will or where a person is incapable of giving consent. The Title IX Coordinator can be contacted at 724-738-2650.
The Women’s Center, located in the Student Center, provides education information about response to crimes of violence and support services to those who have experienced violence. It should be duly noted that the Women’s Center is able to aid male students. The Women’s Center can be contacted at 724-738-2992.