Campus Life

General


Yes. The campus is not under any restrictions for the fall 2021 semester. (Updated July 1, 2021)

If you believe you have symptoms you should do the following:

  1. Temporarily quarantine in your room
  2. Contact your medical provider or the Taylor University Health Center (765:770:0650. Press Option 4 and Jennifer Bosley)
  3. Contact the Residence Life COVID 19 contact number (765-997-8610) or email covidhotline@taylor.edu.

(Updated July 1, 2021)

Counseling Center


The Counseling Center encourages students to make appointments via email (counselingcenter@taylor.edu) or phone (765-998-5222) whenever possible. When this is not possible or in the case of a crisis, please come into the Counseling Center. (Updated December 17, 2020)

Please email the counseling center at counselingcenter@taylor.edu or call 765-998-5222 to make an appointment. (Updated December 17, 2020)

The Counseling Center offers face to face counseling. Sessions will be 45 minutes in length to allow for adequate cleaning of offices between sessions. (Updated December 17, 2020)

The Counseling Center offers telehealth sessions via a confidential Zoom platform for students who do not feel comfortable meeting face-to-face, who are immune compromised or who are in quarantine or isolation. (Updated December 17, 2020)

You may use a mask at the discretion of you and your counselor. Masks are not required for counseling sessions. (Updated July 1, 2021)

Yes, the Counseling Center will offer group sessions. Please stay tuned to the student announcements or Counseling Center Instagram page (@tucounseling) for more information. (Updated July 1, 2021)

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