Resources for Students, Faculty/Staff and Parents

Students

Disability Release of Information

Faculty Contact Form for Disability Accommodations

Pamphlets for Students

Parents

Pamphlet for Parents

Faculty

Pamphlet for Faculty

http://www.washington.edu/doit/Video/index.php?vid=36

Video Link: Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide

 

Resources for Parents of College Students

Visit College Parents of America for short, insightful articles that help explore many questions you may have & College Parent Central for practical advice

Book Suggestions:

  • The Happiest Kid on Campus by Harlan Cohen and visit the website.
  • Letting Go by Karen Levin Coburn and Madge Lawrence Treeger
  • You're On Your Own - But I'm Here If You Need Me by Marjorie Savage
  • The Empty Nest: 31 Parents Tell the Truth About Relationships, Love and Freedom After the Kids Fly the Coop by Karen Stabiner

Share one of these books with your son or daughter.

  • 1001 Things Every College Student Needs to Know: (Like Buying Your Books Before Exams Start)
  • 1001 Things Every Teen Should Know Before They Leave Home (Or Else They'll Come Back) - both by Harry H. Harrison, Jr.
  • The Naked Roommate by Harlan Cohen

Emergencies

Campus Police: 201-216-3911

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Hoboken University Medical Center: www.hobokenumc.com or 201-418-1000

 

Support Services

CARE TEAM
Location: 10th Floor of Howe Center
Contact: care@stevens.edu
Wedsite: www.stevens.edu/care
The Stevens CARE Team responds to concerns raised by members of the Stevens community about students who show signs of behaviors that could be harmful to themselves or the campus community. CARE provides support for you and gets help for students when they need it. If you notice something, tell CARE.