following services are available to address the health and safety
concerns that may occur. Encourage your student
to take advantage of the following resources.
Many students occasionally experience personal concerns, emotional distress
or relationship difficulties. In such situations, it is often very
helpful to speak with an objective, caring professional in order to get
back on track and feel better. The Counseling Center offers free and
confidential personal counseling and consultation to any currently
Alcohol & Drugs
Mental Health Information
Bellarmine University is committed to providing equal educational
opportunities and full participation for persons with disabilities. For more information in regards to Disability Services, contact Rhonda
Purdy, Disability Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Accommodations and Support
The Health Services office is located in Newman Hall. Service is provided by a registered nurse, who also has
a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology and a PhD. The focus of the Health
Services office is on health promotion, disease prevention, and holistic
health. Bellarmine staff, faculty, and students, both residents and
commuters, may use any of the services offered.
Safety & Security
The officers and staff of the Safety and Security Office are committed
to providing a safe and crime-free environment on the Bellarmine
University campus. Questions may be directed to 502.272.7335.
Campus Safety Tips
Shuttle Bus Schedule
BraveBU is a campus-wide campaign to empower students to act of care for themselves and each other around issues of sexual misconduct, alcohol and/or drug abuse, harassment and bias, suicide prevention and mental health. Just as Knights are courageous, strong, and loyal, Bellarmine community members have a rich tradition of loyalty and commitment to each other. BraveBU seeks to encourage all Bellarmine students, faculty and staff to take steps to prevent harm to fellow community members. BraveBU programs will raise awareness and encourage each Bellarmine Knight to support a "culture of care" for their peers.