Health and Well-Being
While, academics are very important, it also is important to view ourselves holistically! It is important to look out for and take care of ourselves as whole people looking at the emotional, social, and physical aspects of ourselves as persons. The list below are resources that can be utilized during your time as Butlerites at Princeton University.
Remember, you are a person first!
Joe Rolón, the Director of Student Life for Butler College is available to assist students in locating the appropriate resources and serve as a resource himself. Please feel free to stop by his office at Wu Hall 202A. He can be reached via email for appointments at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 609-258-1664
All numbers listed are listed as they would be called from an on-campus phone. If calling from a non-campus phone, please dial (609) 25 plus the following five numbers:
University Health Services
- Emergency 8-3139
- Walk-In Clinic 8-3134
- UHS Counseling Center 8-3285
- Sexual Health & Wellness 8-5357
- SHARE - Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education 8-3310
- SHARE Peers facilitate access to confidential resources, and serve as the liaisons between the students and the SHARE director to convey concerns, needs, or issues pertaining to sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. They also plan activities, programs, and events to raise awareness on campus about sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking, and they help others to learn techniques for bystander intervention.