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The CUMC Center for Student Wellness’(CSW) social media accounts provide an additional avenue to help us further our mission of creating innovative research-based and student-centered opportunities that facilitate the personal and professional development of CUMC students. The purpose of our accounts is to promote our services and programs, introduce beneficial health and wellness resources, initiate new conversations and interact with the CUMC community, including students, alumni, faculty, staff and fans of CUMC.
CUMC Center for Student Wellness’(CSW) social media accounts are not an emergency or instant response service. If you are in an urgent situation, please visit our Emergency page to view a list of 24 hour support services and hotlines.
If you post a question to CSW on our social media accounts, we will attempt to respond as promptly as possible during working hours (Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm). However, if your inquiry falls outside of these hours, we will respond as soon as possible when office hours resume. If it is an urgent situation or concern that does not qualify as an emergency, please call the SHS Clinician on Call at 212-305-3400, x 7.
Responses and posts of CUMC Center for Student Wellness’(CSW) social media accounts do not constitute medical advice.
General, non-urgent questions are welcome. But please remember that your comments are visible to all. For your safety and privacy, users should never include your phone number, email address, or other personal or health information in a post. If you would like to discuss anything confidentially, please contact us at email@example.com. See details on the Wellness Appointments page.
In line with our boarder strategic vision, our social media engagement policy applies a humanistic approach that promotes, respect, empathy, integrity, and compassion. As such, CSW reserves the right to remove any content it deems inappropriate. The following types of posts are subject to editing or deleting:
- Material that is unlawful, obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, slanderous, hateful or embarrassing to any other entity
- Comments that are attacks on any group or individuals including other users, prospective and current students, administration, faculty, staff or any other CUMC personnel
- Comments that are off of the topic of the original post
- Third party advertising, comments that support political candidates or initiatives and “spam”
We reserve the right to terminate involvement by users who post such content. Comments that are in the context of the original post and do not commit any of the above violations will be allowed to stand, regardless of tone.