Colgate Director of Student Health Services Dr. Merrill Miller and Dr. Ellen Larson talk about how the University has worked to keep the community healthy amid a global Coronavirus pandemic on the newest episode of 13.
Changes to Colgate’s Student Health Services this academic year will increase clinical care availability on campus while also bolstering sports-medicine support for Division I athletes, student club teams, and intramurals.
Madison County’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program, of which Colgate University is a partner, has expanded to provide services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year countywide, with options in where to obtain care.
Colgate’s Counseling and Psychological Services offered three weekly group therapy sessions three years ago. Today, university counselors manage 10 to 12 group therapy sessions a week. In the 2018–19 school year, the counseling center provided services to 706 students, 7.4-percent increase compared to 2017–18.
On Monday, the Colgate University community paused in its academic pursuits to hold the opening ceremony of its annual MLK Celebration in Memorial Chapel. This year, the celebration spans a two-week period from Jan. 21 to Feb. 1 and is built around the theme Thriving in the Current Times. In her opening remarks, LeAnna Rice, […]
The room was quiet as community members walked around viewing the Monument Quilt laid on the Hall of Presidents floor on March 29. The quilt, which has been traveling the country collecting squares for the last three years, was brought to campus and displayed for the afternoon.