Student Health & Counseling

also known as SHAC

Welcome to Student Health and Counseling

Student Health and Counseling (SHAC)

Student Health and Counseling (SHAC) is a safe, confidential place where students can receive comprehensive medical treatment and speak with professional clinicians regarding personal issues in both individual and/or group sessions. SHAC is staffed by licensed medical and mental health practitioners.

All in-person counseling appointments will remain suspended for Spring 2021. SHAC is using a secure platform for virtual individual and group sessions. Health Services appointments must be made in advance (same day appointments are typically available). We take great care to maintain our students’ safety, so, we are offering well visits in the morning and sick visits in the afternoon.

Meet the Staff

SHAC utilizes Microsoft Teams for appointments and groups

Please download Microsoft Teams prior to utilizing our services. Click on the links below for instructions on how to download Teams. If you need additional assistance or are unable to utilize MS Teams, you can contact us at (914) 323-7277 or email shac@mville.edu.

See below for detailed information related to scheduling an appointment and accessing support services and resources. Please note that you will be asked to sign a tele-health consent form prior to participating in a tele-health appointment.  If you have any questions concerning SHAC Services, please do not hesitate to reach out and ask us, email shac@mville.edu or call (914) 323-7277.

Health Services

Health Services is located in Spellman Hall G-17. We are open Monday thru Friday 9am-5pm by appointment only. Please reach out by calling 914-323-5245 or email SHAC@mville.edu. We help in any way we can. If you are on campus and having a medical emergency, call Campus Safety at (914)323-5244. We work with Campus Safety to manage medical emergencies.

Counseling and Wellness Services

Counseling Services are located in Spellman Hall, G-11. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm. To schedule a counseling appointment, contact our office by calling (914) 323-5155 or emailing shac@mville.edu; our office manager can assist you with answering questions and scheduling an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Everyone has questions and hopefully we have answers.  Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking the learn more link below

Emergencies

If you reside on campus and are experiencing a psychiatric or medical issue that requires immediate attention, after regular business hours (M-F, 9-5) please contact campus safety at (914) 323-7233 or speak with the RD on duty.  If you are not on campus and have an emergency, please see the resources below, or call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Our Diverse Community

Student Health and Counseling stand in support of our BIPOC community with medical, emotional, and general wellness needs. If you would like to participate in counseling with a therapist of color, please inquire by calling us at (914) 323-5155 or emailing us at shac@mville.edu. We have also listed a variety of resources for students of color see link below:

Student Health Insurance

Manhattanville College requires that all full-time Undergraduate students (enrolled in 12 or more credit hours) and actively attending classes at Manhattanville College be covered by health insurance.  Full-time Undergraduate students are billed for Manhattanville College Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).  SHIP is administered by Aetna Student Health. 

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Location

Health Services is located in Spellman Hall G-17, the first-year student building. Counseling Services is located in Spellman Hall G-11.

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Contact

Give us a call at 914-323-7277

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Printable

Here is a printable brochure for students and parent that highlight the services provided by the Health Center.

Privacy Policy: Any information shared with our staff in Student Health and Counseling is confidential.  We do not disclose any information with other parties without your (client’s) prior informed consent.  Exceptions do apply where your safety may be a concern — or that of someone else — is at risk.  In such situations, our first priority will and must be to ensure student safety adheres.