Additional Resources

Mental health resources

During the pandemic, mental health services matter, and resources are available to both UC employees and students. Services and therapy continue via telehealth operations.

  • The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) includes mental health services.
  • Students may access services via Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the Student Wellness Office and University Health Services.

Human resources

The central Human Resources office has prepared guidance and resources for the phased-in return to campus and is available to provide all HR services with a combined remote and minimal on-campus staff, including the services of the Staff Success Center in providing online conversations, training and development.

Resources already online include information on the UC Bearcats Landing intranet:

For all employees, posted HR information includes:

Also, connect with Human Resources directly for manager or employee questions and concerns.

For faculty, information, tools and resources are posted, including


More resource links

All employees

Students

International student advocacy

The Dean of Students provides timely and appropriate response to various forms of crisis, conflict, and risk to student retention. Crisis response services, including the Care Team and Safe Apartment, can be utilized and managed remotely. The Bearcats Pantry and Career Closet will continue to use an appointment system should students need access to food and other necessary supplies. To request an appointment or groceries, students should email BearcatsPantry@ucmail.uc.edu.

One Stop center

One Stop Student Service Center will continue to operate primarily online through at least August 24, 2020. Services are available via phone, email, chat and video chat. A few staff members will be on site in University Pavilion (Uptown Campus), Muntz Hall (Blue Ash Campus), and the Student Services Building (Clermont Campus) from August 17 through September 4, 2020, to support walk-in students returning to campus. Additional staff will be on site in the building for emergencies, staff relief and escalation of requests, though these staff will generally be housed in private offices and not accessible to the public.  

External links

To get the latest on COVID-19, visit the readily available public resources.

These include the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention situation summary  as well as the Ohio Department of Health, the City of Cincinnati Health Department as well as the Hamilton County Public Health.