Virtual Supports and Services

Naz students, you are surrounded by support, information, and resources available by phone, email, video conference, webpages, and more. Please reach out.

~ Love, your Nazareth staff 


It takes our entire community to look out for each other and act when we see students in distress. Students, faculty, and staff, you are encouraged to make a referral (can be anonymous) any time that you are concerned about a student's behavior, safety, or well-being, at Our NazCares team will help.


  • Academic Advisement — See how to get approvals via email for declaring/changing majors and getting summer transfer coursework approved: Academic Advisement

Careers and Community Experiences and Connections

Health, Safety, and Wellness

  • Campus Safety — You can contact us 24 hours a day. Call 585-389-2850, or (for non-urgent matters) email
  • Exercise classes online — Join live Naz classes or choose recorded workouts, listed on Intramurals and Recreation.
  • Health and Counseling — Individual visits and mental health workshops are continuing via telehealth. See Health Care Services and Counseling Services.
  • Title IX — Get support about sexual harassment and sexual violence, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. See Title IX.
  • Bias — Get support about incidents of bias, and learn how to prevent bias and create a community of belonging through the Nazareth Bias Response & Education Team (NBRET). See Bias Reporting.

Stay Connected

  • Center for Spirituality — Join online one-on-one chats, weekly group chaplain chats, live-streamed services, and online retreats (including one-on-one and group Zoom meetings); see CFS webpages and events.
  • Events — See virtual events for students listed in the Naz Mobile App and on the website events calendar, and add or update your events.
  • Office for Diversity & Inclusive Excellence EducationContact us as you seek a renewed sense of connection. Join us in cultivating a sense of belonging through personal reflection, intergroup dialogue and other means of being heard.
  • Student Access and Achievement Programs — HEOP, Excel, and Young Scholars students, get support.