If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, contact the Counseling Center at 502.272.8480. If no one is available to answer your call or if it is after standard hours of operation (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.), please dial “2” on our voicemail menu to speak to an on-call counselor. Public Safety can also help you access emergency services and can be reached at 502.272.7777. You may also contact the Seven Counties 24/7 Adult Crisis Line at 502.589.4313, call 988 (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline), or go to your local emergency room.
The counseling center is a confidential place to discuss sexual assault or gender based violence. Unlike most other campus faculty and staff, counselors are not mandated to report sexual assaults to campus authorities. Counselors can provide support around your experience of assault and discuss resources and reporting options with you in confidence. For more information about sexual assault, please visit the page below.
If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, there are campus support resources. Download this Sexual Assault and Gender Based Violence Resources Brochure for a brief summary of information about medical help, reporting options, confidential places on campus to seek support, and options for general support on campus (e.g. classes, housing, etc.).
For more general information, visit the University’s Sexual Discrimination and Misconduct Policy page.
Concerned about a Student
If you are concerned about a student’s mental health or safety, please complete this Student Concern and Comment Form. Or you can contact the Counseling Center at 502.272.8480 for consultation, Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. If it is an on campus emergency, please contact campus safety 502.272.7777 or dial 911.