The global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and concerns about how the virus may impact us locally has understandably caused concern for many in our community. The situation is changing quickly, and the Counseling Center will follow guidelines established by the university to ensure public health protocol is met.
Students who are under quarantine cannot receive services at the Counseling Center until their individual period of quarantine has ended. This is for the safety of Illinois students and Counseling Center staff. We do understand that being under quarantine may be very anxiety-provoking. For those who may be experiencing anxiety, the resources below may help.
Advice from the American Psychological Association Regarding Viewing Media Coverage
Calming Fears About COVID-19
Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety
The University of Illinois also has several pages dedicated to answering questions about COVID-19. Please check these for additional information.
University of Illinois COVID-19 Information
University of Illinois COVID-19 FAQs
McKinley Health Center COVID-19 Information
University of Illinois Housing COVID-19 FAQs
University of Illinois International Student and Scholar Services FAQs
Additionally, decisions being made across campus are informed by local, national, and international public health agencies. Please view their websites for the latest information.
Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization