Counseling & Psychological Services

Emergency Guide - Faculty & Staff

The Wellness Center
Winans Hall
201 Mullica Hill Rd.
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Phone: 856-256-4333
Fax: 856-256-4427

Office Hours
8:00am to 6:00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

8:00am to 8:00pm Wednesday

8:00am to 4:00 pm

Emergencies During Office Hours
Visit the Wellness Center and ask to speak with someone immediately

After Hours Emergencies
Call Public Safety at
256-4911 and ask for Counselor on Call

Keeping Appointments
We ask that you please contact the Wellness Center in advance to cancel appointments you are unable to attend, so that the appointment might be made available for another student.


  1. Wear a Green Dot t-shirt one day this week and explain to someone what it means.
  2. Talk to a male friend of yours about the importance of men getting involved in prevention.
  3. Wear a Green Dot button one day this week.
  4. Bring a friend to an awareness event.
  5. Integrate information about power-based personal violence into one class discussion.
  6. Volunteer for one hour, and bring a friend.
  7. Request a presentation from your local service provider.
  8. Talk to a leader in a student organization that you are involved in and recommend that the membership get the Green Dot Bystander training.
  9. Write a letter to the editor of the Whit talking about any aspect of PBPV that is most powerful to you (i.e., the importance of everyone getting involved, or anything that you learned at the training).
  10. Discuss with friends a situation portrayed in the media (a movie, TV show, news story, billboard, YouTube etc.) that might support a culture of PBPV and explain why it upsets you.
  11. Talk to a female friend about the importance of women getting involved in prevention.
  12. Carry a green dot water bottle one day this week.
  13. Integrate information about any form of power-based personal violence into a class assignment (i.e., paper or speech or presentation).
  14. Have a conversation with a younger man/boy or woman/girl who looks up to you about how important it is to help end violence.
  15. Find out how Art and Activism works to end violence. (google it!)
  16. Make a Green Dot Koozie to use on the weekends.
  17. Take a friend to lunch and talk about how this issue is important to you and ask for their help.
  18. Tell someone that you know that way too many students will be victims of violence and that you feel like you need to be a part of reducing it.
  19. Write a paragraph about your connection to power-based personal violence and post it on your Facebook page.
  20. At your work- Ensure you have effective policies in place to ensure safety in the workplace and support victims of violence.
  21. Put "ending power-based personal violence" on your Facebook "what's on your mind" window.