Health & Wellness Resources
Student Health Services provides outpatient care for Miami University students.
Open Monday through Friday 8 am to 6 pm and
Saturday* 10 am - 2 pm (limited services)
*Closed on Saturdays that occur during:
Labor Day Weekend
Spring Break (both Saturdays)
Open Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Open Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm
An appointment is the best way to access our services. Appointments can be made online on our website, by phone at 513-529-3000 or in person.
Good Samaritan Policy
The Good Samaritan Policy provides the opportunity for students to seek medical assistance in alcohol or drug related emergencies without concern for arrest and disciplinary action.
The full policy can be found in section 4.8.B of the current Student Handbook.
Student Counseling Services
How do I make an appointment?
Call (513) 529-4634 during our business hours (8AM to 5PM).
The receptionist will arrange for an initial consultation (20-30 mins).
The purpose of the initial consultation is to identify your problems and to explore how to best meet your needs. The counselor that you meet with will explore with you the various options available to you and will help you to make a decision among these options. In an emergency, we work hard to see you as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about any of our services, if you would like to consult about a situation, or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call.
Sexual Assault Resources
1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men will be sexually assaulted in college. The Student Counseling Service is here to support students who have been impacted by sexual assault.
SCS offers crisis consultation, on-going counseling, and group therapy for any student who is a survivor of sexual assault. Also, if you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted in the past 96 hours, we encourage you to speak with a counselor to get important safety and medical information or
contact Women Helping Women’s 24-hour crisis response line
Student Counseling Services
SCS offers crisis consultation, on-going counseling, and group therapy for any student who is a survivor of sexual assault. Also, if you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted in the past 96 hours, we encourage you to speak with a counselor to get important safety and medical information or contact Women Helping Women’s 24-hour crisis response line (877) 899-5610.
While all of our counselors are trained to help survivors of sexual assault, the following counselors have been specifically identified as Sexual Assault
Melissa Schultz, PhD, Prevention Specialist
John Ward, PhD, Associate Director for Clinical Services
Ashley Wilson, PsyD, Coordinator of Women's Services
Jennifer Young, PhD, Assistant Director for Outreach & Programming
Also, please see the Campus Safety & Security webpage for additional confidential and non-confidential resources.
University Resources for Reporting Crime
Emergency & Fire
Miami University Police
ADA Medical Transport
Regional Poison Control Center
Community Counseling & Crisis Center
Suicide Prevention Resources
Miami University Student Counseling Service – (513) 529-4634
Miami University Psychology Clinic – (513) 529-2423
Butler County Crisis Line – 1-844-427-4747
Women Helping Women/ 24 hr Rape Crisis – 1-877-889-5610
Miami University Police – (513) 529 – 2222
McCullough-Hyde Hospital – (513) 523-2111
Student Health Service – (513) 529-3000
National Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line – Text “hello” to 741-741
Community private practitioner list
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention