It's OK To Ask for Help

It's OK To Ask for Help

Exams, deadlines, adapting to a new lifestyle, finding a job... college can be stressful, and reaching out for help can be difficult for some. Learn more about our Health & Counseling Center and how they can help stay in good mental health.

 

Dear Hilltoppers,

Whether you are a student, a family member, faculty or staff member, or an alum, we all share the values of our Holy Cross founders when it comes to community, diversity, social justice and service. In that spirit, staff members in the Dean of Students Office look forward to collaborating with you and serving our community in a variety of ways!

Should any member or guest of the St. Edward’s University community have a concern regarding a student, you are encouraged to contact the Dean of Students Office by email or phone. There are several resources to assist you as well. Relationships form quickly on our campus and reflect a connected and vibrant university community where we look out for one another and support one another in the greater journey of education, faith and spirituality, and human development.

If you haven’t stopped by our office in Main Building 108, please do so! We always look forward to another great year on the Hilltop.

Sincerely,

Steven Pinkenburg
Dean of Students

Connie Rey Rodriguez
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Welfare

Jen Wichman
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct

Stefanie Valdez
Administrative Coordinator

The St. Edward’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) cares for students, faculty, and staff who may be in distress. Keep our community healthy and safe — learn how to report a concern, identify the behaviors of someone in distress, and become familiar with available resources.