Student Resources - Student Affairs
As an initial course of action, students seeing academic, career, or personal counseling should always be encouraged to contact the Deans of Students in the Office of Student Affairs for advice and referral. The Office of Multicultural Affairs also serves as a similar resource. Faculty course and clerkship directors remain a prime source for immediate academic assistance. In addition, there is the Office of Campus Ministry. Resources include faculty, students, mentors, counselors, educational specialists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who are available to provide information and help to students at the School of Medicine.
Dr. Greg Smith and Dr. L. James Willmore
Lisa A. Bertschinger
Administrative Assistant-Student Affairs
Caroline Rm C 100
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Dr. Michael Railey
Caroline 100 314-977-8730
James Baker, S.J. and Gary Siebert, S.J.
Other resources for student support both on and off campus are available.
Counseling, Behavioral and Psychological Services
Dawn Prentice, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Med School Rm. M-205, 977-1066 firstname.lastname@example.org
Appt: Tuesdays 9:30am - 5pm; Wednesdays 11am - 7pm
Student Health and Counseling Services Marchetti Towers East - 977-2323
- General student health & personal counseling information, physician appt., immunizations, alcohol education.
Behavioral Medicine Institute.
1129 Macklind Ave
Counseling Services, anxiety clinics, behavioral concerns
Academic or Learning Disabilities -Student Success Center (314-9773484)
Academic and Psychological Testing Psychological Services Center, Department of Psychology (314-977-2278)
Lauren Schwarz, Ph.D., Division of Psychiatry Department of Psychiatry and Neurology (314-977-4865)
Psychological Services - Robert L. Poirier, PsyD, Student Health Center (314-977-7363)