Lehigh University offers various resources to help keep students safe, healthy, engaged, informed and supported.
Lehigh University’s emergency planning measures help ensure our campus is as safe as possible, and our response to emergency scenarios of all types is thoughtful, collaborative and efficient.
Lehigh is committed to maintaining a campus environment in which no member of the community is subject to sexual assault, harassment, gender violence, dating/domestic violence and sexual misconduct.
Lehigh strives to cultivate and sustain a healthy and safe environment that minimizes high-risk drinking through education, policy evaluation, assessment and other initiatives to ensure students thrive socially and academically.
Lehigh actively works with organizations, clubs, teams and other campus groups to raise awareness, engage in conversations and prevent hazing.
Lehigh’s emergency medical service, staffed by volunteer students, faculty and staff, is a fully licensed response unit that provides basic life support services 24/7 when classes are in session.
Lehigh’s on-campus dietician provides students with healthy menu options and help in selecting well-balanced meals, snacks and desserts. Support for those with special dietary management needs is also available.
Disability Support Services works closely with students to ensure equal access to Lehigh programs, activities and services. Aid in requesting accommodations to address specific needs is provided.