COVID-19 Information & Key Wellness Support Resources
Changes to building operations at 633 Emerson [Searle], service, pharmacy, televisits, and testing.
News and resources for the Northwestern community.
Answers to some common questions including academics, travel, health concerns, and more.
Northwestern is requiring all students living on campus or in the Evanston area to participate in “Wildcat Wellness,” a two-week period that aims to reduce the chances of spreading COVID-19 and to better position the campus community to start the quarter healthy and well.
The information on these pages is primarily for residents remaining on campus during the remote instruction period and the policies in place for Undergraduate and Graduate residents. There is also some information for students who have left campus and are seeking updates about mail service, storage/shipping options, and more.
CAPS Clinical Social Work has complied community resources that may be helpful to you as we weather the shelter-in-place and social isolation recommendation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Suggestions to help you navigate this disruption and continue to learn and feel engaged as a student.
NCA continues to provide full virtual services to all of our students and employer partners.
On-campus dining hours and Purple Pantry information.
RSL continues to offer crisis support during this time around multiple areas of concern.
Financial Support Services
MSA is accessible for virtual meetings with staff and through their newsletter, social media, and virtual events.
Up-to-date national information from the Centers for Disease Control.
Up-to-date Illinois state information from the Illinois Department of Public Health
For coronavirus related information pertaining specifically to the City of Evanston.
Illinois residents wanting to speak to a mental health care professional can text the word “TALK” to 552020. The service is also available in Spanish by texting “HABLAR” to 552020.
Key NU Wellness Resources
Northwestern offers a wide range of resources and programs for supporting your overall wellness, which we organized into Eight Dimensions of Wellness.
Below are key resources that are always available to those in need of support or who are supporting others.