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SHARE

SHARE (Student help and referral)

COVID-19 update

Members of the SHARE team are working remotely while the College is closed. The team continues to review and respond to all SHARE reports as appropriate.

Resources:

  • We encourage you to review the resources being made available to students at this link.
  • Mo's Cupboard remains accessible in the HUB daily from 11 am - 1 pm for students who are local to the campus. Any student, including those who have left campus, can email moscupboard@moravian.edu if there are additional ways the College can help at this time.
  • The Counseling Center is open. Staff are working remotely and teletherapy services are being provided via video. To schedule a teletherapy session please call (610-861-1510) or email (counselingcenter@moravian.edu). Phone messages and emails are checked during regular business hours (M-F, 8am-4:30pm). In a crisis or emergency, please contact Campus Police (if on campus) or call 911.
  • Follow the Counseling Center on Facebook or Instagram and sign up for their announcement emails by sending a request to counselingcenter@moravian.edu

Moravian College has established the SHARE process to assist in addressing situations in which students are displaying behaviors that are concerning, disruptive, or threatening in nature and that may inhibit their own or others’ ability to engage successfully or safely in the campus community. These policies and procedures are designed to help identify persons whose behavior potentially endangers their own or others’ health and safety, or is disruptive to the educational or administrative processes of the College.

It is the responsibility of faculty, staff, and students to immediately report any situation that could possibly result in harm to anyone at the College. Any member of the campus community may become aware of a person of concern or situation that is causing serious anxiety, stress, or fear. It must be noted, however, that behavioral assessment should not be confused with crisis management. A “crisis” may be defined as a situation in which a person may pose an active or immediate risk of violence to self or others. In these cases, Campus Police should be contacted at 610-861-1421.