Your success in college is at the heart of our mission. At Fontbonne, you will find a number of services designed specifically to help you as a student and an individual. We are committed to your physical, mental, and spiritual health and well-being and you will find services available to address all your needs. Whether you’re suffering from a lingering cold, stressed about your classwork or career path, or just feeling out of sorts, there is a campus organization or dedicated faculty or staff member eager to assist.
Below are just a few of the many programs and on-campus services designed to help care for you, and provide the support and guidance you seek.
Career development is a lifelong process, and the Career Development office wants to connect you to your future goals and ideas as you develop and manage your career path, from student to alumni. The Career Development office also has resources for potential employers looking to recruit Fontbonne students and alumni.
The personal counselors at Fontbonne University offer support in dealing with a variety of issues and concerns. The department provides short-term professional counseling to help you face your challenges and succeed. Referrals to off-campus counseling agencies and therapists also available. Learn more about the counselors available, as well as office location and scheduling an appointment.
While no specific plan is sponsored or endorsed by the University, we recommend that all students have appropriate and adequate health insurance coverage. Use the links below to learn more about potential insurance providers, as well as the University’s policies regarding insurance mandates for student athletes and international students. For questions or further information, please contact Health Services.
The campus nurse provides health care, health education and referrals to other resources which can help students deal with illnesses and injuries, maintain and improve their overall physical and emotional health.
If you are looking for information on vaccination requirements for commuting and residential students or additional resources and clinic hours and locations, check our our Health Services page or contact Health Services.
Fontbonne University is committed to a safe and healthy campus environment. Learn more about how the University defines sexual misconduct and relationship violence, as well as how to report a sexual misconduct violation, and the University’s policies regarding prevention and resolution.
Fontbonne University prohibits sexual harassment. Consistent with the values of the university to provide an educational and employment experience free of sexual harassment, members of the Fontbonne community are encouraged to seek support and report all sexual harassment directly to Public Safety or the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinator(s). Learn more on our Title IX web page.