Coronavirus Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Stay home. Do not return to campus. Call your doctor.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, any student who wishes to use Health & Wellness Center services should call the Health Center at 607-436-3573 before entering the building. A staff member will conduct a phone triage before allowing you to enter the building. We must stress that you should not come to the Health & Wellness Center without first calling ahead and being directed to do so by a staff member. Thank you for your cooperation.

Our Health & Wellness Center does not have testing for coronavirus. If the health center staff recommends testing for COVID-19, the local health department will be contacted for testing facility options. Severe symptoms will require calling 911 for an ambulance as usual.

SUNY is developing a protocol for the college to follow if a student is quarantined as either a person suspected of having COVID-19 or diagnosed with it.

The college will notify the campus community if a student or employee tests positive for COVID-19.

Yes. The Counseling Center is available to do tele-counseling for students who are physically in NY State. We are no longer seeing students in person. To set up an appointment, please call 607-436-3368.

If you are located in Otsego County and need to speak with a licensed counselor immediately, please call the 24-hour Otsego County Mobile Crisis Assessment Team at 1-844-732-6228. If you are located outside of Otsego County and are having a mental health emergency, the National Suicide Hotline (1-800-273-8255) will connect you to your local mental health crisis unit.

Students may contact the Counseling, Health and Wellness Center at 607-436-3573 to discuss this. Any information you share will be kept confidential.

Learn More

The CDC website discusses the medical public health aspects of novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV and COVID-19 in great depth.

The New York State Department of Health website provides updates on the state’s response to the pandemic.

The SUNY Health Alert website details actions that SUNY has taken to safeguard students, employees and campus communities.

This webpage was last updated April 2, 2020.

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