Faculty and Staff Resources

The Student Wellness Program (SWP) is available to Faculty and Staff as a resource to assist when there are concerns regarding a student's emotional wellbeing.  Clinicians at the SWP are available to provide various resources and support including:

  • Free, short term, confidential counseling services for Students, Faculty and Staff.
  • Available to provide on-campus Orientations, Groups and Workshops on relevant topics, e.g. stress management, orientation to SWP, Test Taking Anxiety, etc..
  • Assessment and referral for specialized substance abuse treatment.
  • Unlimited telephone consultation - Faculty and Staff are welcome to call the SWP to discuss any concerns they are observing in a student to help identify the best course of action.
  • Formal Referrals:  Faculty and Staff can formally refer a student they have concerns about along with any academic discipline process and/or to help encourage linkage for counseling. 
  • Essential Functions Evaluations:  An Essential Functions Evaluation is an assessment, requested by an academic department, to determine if a current student is or is not able to perform essential academic functions because of psychological or psychiatric conditions.    
  • Critical Incident Response:  Onsite response by a clinician in the event of a critical incident.
  • For emergencies after hours please call:  (800) 327-3648.

Concerned about a student? 

If you are having concerns about a student's emotional wellbeing, the clinicians at the SWP are available to assist you.  The SWP provides unlimited telephone consultation to Faculty and Staff to discuss student concerns. Please also refer to our brochure on recognizing the "At Risk Student" as a resource. 

Employee Assistance Program

Please also remember the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), run by the same clinicians as the SWP, is available to Faculty and Staff for their own support.  The EAP provides:

  • Free and confidential counseling services for employees and family members that reside in their household.
  • Short term and focused individual, couples and family counseling.
  • Assessment and referrals for specialized substance abuse treatment.
  • Please visit our EAP website for more information about the services available to assist and support Faculty and Staff.


Call to schedule an appointment:


          Newark Campus
          (973) 972-5429 (Office)
          (800) 327-3678 (Emergencies or After Hours)

          Piscataway Campus
          (732) 235-5930 (Office)
          (800) 327-3678 (Emergencies or After Hours)

          Stratford/Camden Campus
          (856) 770-5750 (Office)
          (800) 327-3678 (Emergencies or After Hours)



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