127 O'Boyle Hall
The Counseling Center provides confidential individual and group counseling for currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students. There is no charge for individual or group counseling services or medication consultations for full-time graduate and undergraduate students at CUA. Students may receive up to 45 sessions of once-per-week individual counseling sessions.
The Department of Public Safety provides comprehensive programs, including security patrol, escort, transportation, identification and access services, to maintain a safe and secure campus environment that is conducive to learning, working, living and visiting. DPS runs a number of programs through its Safety First, Safety Always campaign. A number of DPS officers are trained to facilitate the Rape Aggression Defense systems (RAD) program on campus, and does so throughout the year.
To report a crime on campus, contact the Department of Public Safety at 202-319-5111.
The 7000 square foot fitness center opened it's doors in September 2004 with state of the art Precor Cardiovascular Equipment, a complete circuit of Nautilus weight machines, and a free weight area. The fitness center's mission is to provide studentsthe opportunity to maintain and develop healthy lifestyles. The center provides abdominal workouts, core training and conditioning as well as individual training programs for the students.
353 Edward J. Pryzbyla Center
The Office of the Dean of Students (DOS) provides programs and services designed to encourage the holistic growth and development of each student throughout his or her CUA career. DOS assists students in the transition to college, provides support in the event of a student in crisis, answers questions about University policy, and processes permanent withdrawals and academic leaves.
The Alcohol Awareness and Education Program, Sexual Assault Awareness and Education Program, and Student Conduct and Ethical Development are all housed in DOS.
Eugene I. Kane Student Health and Fitness Center
Student Health Services (SHS) provide primary healthcare to all students. SHS is staffed by physicians and nurses who provide care for all routine illnesses and injuries. They also have a limited on-site pharmacy.
The Campus Wellness Committee mission is to promote wellness in the CUA community through interdepartmental/interschool collaboration in planning and implementing both new and existing wellness programs on campus for the mutual benefit of students, faculty, and staff.