Student Life offices are readily available to help meet student needs ranging from health and safety to academic assistance. We are dedicated to the well being of every Davidson student.
Davidson's student health and counseling centers provide services to all full-time students. Most are free of charge. For services and information, please contact these hotlines:
The Student of Concern (SOC) Committee meets weekly to provide a means for early intervention of at-risk students through collaboration with campus departments, faculty, staff, and possible off campus referrals and resources. The committee is comprised of key individuals across campus from Dean of Students, Academic Affairs, Counseling and Health Services, Disability Services, Residence Life, Campus Police, and Religious Life. Students exhibiting behaviors that are of any concern in relation to their personal, physical, and emotional well-being should be referred to this team of professionals.
Davidson College's Office of Access and Disability Resources is committed to ensuring that qualified individuals with a disability are not excluded or denied the benefits of any college programs or activities due to his or her disability.
Public Safety and Campus Police work with members of the college community to prevent crime, eliminate threats and ensure a safe, secure environment for all students, staff and faculty members.
Multicultural Affairs fosters mutual respect and understanding among - and for all - people of different cultures, backgrounds, experiences and worldviews, and helps the college achieve its stated commitment to diversity.
The college chaplains help students from diverse religious backgrounds connect to fellowships or houses of worship in their own tradition. They are also available to students from any tradition, or none at all, for pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, and program planning.
Please contact the Dean of Students Office at 704-894-2225 for more information.