Health

Keefe Campus Health Center is committed to promoting health and preventing and treating disease. The Health Center provides STI testing and treatment, nutrition counseling, health counseling, pregnancy testing, transition support, and much more for Amherst College students. 

Global Education Office

The Global Education Office provides a number of resources for students who plan to study abroad. One new resource is the Women and Gender Resources for Study Abroad page. 

Support and Emergency Services

Class Deans are available to help students navigate academic and social pressures. Students may use this resource to connect with peer tutors, to discuss academic schedule adjustments, and to request accomodations among other services.

The Office of Accesibility is available for students in need of reasonable housing, dining, and academic accomodations. Accomodations are made on a case by case in collaboration with Accesibility Services and appropriate offices.

Counseling Center 

(413) 542-2354 

Amherst’s Counseling Center has experts who can provide guidance and counseling in areas such as body issues, race, culture, and ethnicity, crisis and trauma, sexuality and sexual orientation, and many more areas, for emergency and non-emergency services.

Amherst College Police

Emergency: (413) 542 2111

Business: (413) 542 2291 

Amherst Safe R-I-D-E 

(413) 542-7433

Title IX Coordinator, Laurie Frankl

Title IX prevents discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity. Sexual harassment, which includes and is not limited to sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination