Students should report any emergencies to Suffolk Police (SUPD) at (617) 573-8111.
If you are a residence hall student, please also report any emergency to a Residence Life & Housing staff member.
Are you feeling stressed or anxious?
For mental health emergencies during business hours
Call or come directly to Counseling, Health and Wellness, located on the 5th floor of 73 Tremont Street. The phone number is (617) 573-8226.
|Walk-in hours for student counseling at Counseling, Health and Wellness||Daily at 10am, 11am, 12 pm and 1pm for students experiencing urgent concerns. It is best to call Counseling, Health and Wellness ahead at (617) 573-8226, if possible.|
For mental health emergencies after hours or on weekends
|Call Counseling, Health and Wellness at (617) 573-8226 to be connected with a clinician on duty.|
|In the event of an immediate, life-threatening mental health emergency on campus, call the University Police at 617-573-8111. Off campus, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.|
For more information about counseling and health services available for Suffolk students, please visit Counseling, Health and Wellness on the Web.
All Suffolk University students are required to submit (or confirm) current emergency contact information each semester and when such information changes. This will ensure that the University has current and accurate information in the unfortunate event of a student or campus emergency.
In the event of a major emergency or campus shutdown affecting the Suffolk University community, students will receive an emergency communication via the University’s emergency notification provider, Rave.
It is students’ responsibility to maintain accurate and up-to-date contact information in the system.
To change/update your emergency contact information, go to MySuffolk and log in. Once logged in, select the MySuffolk tab at the top left and then Update My Emergency Contact Information in the left-hand navigation.
It's important to be ready to take action in the event of an emergency.
The Office of Risk Management has established specific emergency procedures for various emergency situations.
This Policy is designed to assist Suffolk University in responding to severe weather or other natural disasters, and maintaining services when severe weather or other natural disasters occur, that may prevent employees or students from entering or leaving the University for an extended period of time.
The health and safety of University students and employees and the protection of the environment are Suffolk University’s greatest responsibilities. It is the policy of the University to operate in accordance with federal, state, and local environmental, health and safety regulations. The University is committed to providing its students and employees with a work and educational environment free from recognizable hazards.
Each student and employee shall comply with the regulations and established procedures that are applicable to his/her own activities, actions and conduct in order to help the University provide this safe environment. Students are responsible for: