Resources


A team of representatives from across the university, including those from emergency preparedness, health care, and campus life, is working hard to protect Emory students, faculty, and staff. We continue to work closely with local and state partners.

Get Informed

Campus Updates

Find recent and older email and video messages to members of the Emory community regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Community Messages

Policies and Guidelines

COVID-19 operating procedures for campus events, for COVID+ notification, and for visitors

Learn What to Do

Videos to View and Share

Research Essentials

The Office of Research Administration has a website for researchers with pertinent, updated information in one place concerning lab guidelines, returning to research, and other important and timely resources.

ORA Research Resources

Wellness Support

Student Health Services

Student Health Services (SHS) offers free psychiatric services for all enrolled Emory students. Services include diagnostic psychiatric evaluations, medication evaluations, long-term management of psychiatric medications, and community referrals.

Student Intervention Services (SIS)

Student Intervention Services (SIS) assists students in times of crisis. It also offers impartial, judgment-free counsel for students seeking guidance and assistance through life's ongoing challenges.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual, group, and couples counseling; stress management classes; and community outreach to provide support for Emory students on the Atlanta and Oxford campuses.

Faculty Staff Assistance Program

FSAP provides support for employees, including daytime emergency appointments and on-call after-hours services.

Spiritual and Religious Life

The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life offers worship, prayer, meditation, and support through educational and spiritual programs; connections with service and social justice efforts; confidential pastoral counseling; and with planning vigils and other rituals for students, faculty, and staff.

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