If you already know who you would like to talk to, you can schedule a meeting directly using the Campus Minister and Resident Minister Contact ListOtherwise, use the form below to connect.
Especially in this time of transition, isolation and loneliness, grief and anxiety, and grappling with questions of justice, we are here for you.
If you or someone around you is experiencing an emergency or are in a crisis, please call one of the numbers below to get in touch with someone right away:
Campus Ministry welcomes undergraduate and graduate students to seek care and conversation from a member of the Campus Ministry team or other ministry partners.
Regardless of religious background, all students are invited to meet with Campus Ministers as they process life experiences which include, but are not limited to: transitioning to college or other life adjustments, grief and loss, life direction and purpose, academic stress, social/relational issues, identity exploration, finding community, and spiritual/religious questions and practices.
Campus Ministers are also confidential resources for students who have experienced sexual assault. For more information on on-campus resources for survivors of sexual assault, including a list of confidential resources, visit the Office of Institutional Equity.
For Fall Quarter 2020, please use the form above for connecting with a Campus Minister.
Campus Ministry also works closely with Resident Ministers who are available for ongoing conversations and holistic support for students living in SU’s residence halls and on-campus apartments. For more information on Resident Ministry and to find your Resident Minister, visit our Resident Ministry page. You can also find a full list of Campus Ministers and Resident Ministers, along with their emails, here: Campus Minister and Resident Minister Contact List.