For immediate assistance
Call the University Campus Police at (202) 806-1100 f
For medical emergencies, proceed to the nearest hospital emergency room if this is not possible call 911. Off-campus students should go to the nearest hospital or urgent care center or call 911.
For psychological emergencies, call (202) 345-6709.
Rape/Sexual Assault, call campus police
DC Rape Crisis Center - (202) 333-RAPE (24 hours)
Montgomery County Sexual Assault Hotline Crisis Center - (301) 656-7273
Alexandria Sexual Assault - (703) 683-7273
Sexual Assault Response & Awareness Program - (703) 683-7273
During business hours, students and staff may call the University Counseling Service at (202) 806-6870.
Students in a HU-approved study abroad activity may experience emergencies due to civil unrest, pandemic disease, or a natural disaster in the host country. These students have a 24 hour emergency assistance service available to them via their study abroad program (check with your program hosts/advisors.)
An emergency is a situation that places a student or students at risk. It may include illness or harm, or other traumatic incidents involving violence, or a missing student.
Emergencies may also represent circumstances out of the ordinary, unplanned or unexpected, involving hardships that threaten the health, safety, and wellbeing of the students.
For all HU emergencies where you are unable to reach one of the offices below, call 202-806-1100 or 202-806-7777.
For Fire / Metropolitan Police / Ambulance, call 911.
1) Psychological/psychiatric emergencies, alcohol or drug overdose, suicide attempts, depression, suspected suicide, etc.
Student Counseling Service, 202-806-6870
2) Sexual assault, rape, sexual violence
Campus Police, 202-806-1100
3) Residence hall concerns
4) Medical concerns
HU Hospital, 202-865-1141 (Emergency Room)
5) Judicial procedures for non-academic misconduct
6) Academic difficulties
7) Students with physical and/or learning disabilities
Dean of Special Student Services, 202-238-2420
8) Financial hardships
9) International student concerns