Health and Safety

Personal/Emotional Concerns

A range of issues can cause barriers to learning, such as stress, strained relationships, feeling down, difficulty concentrating, and lack of motivation.  During the semester, if you find that life stressors are interfering with your academic or personal success, consider contacting Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS.)  All students are eligible for counseling services at no charge.  CAPS is located in Edgewater Hall, Room 245.  You can reach them by phone at 678-466-5406 or email to request an appointment at  Students can reach the 24/7 Support Line by calling 833-855-0084.


Clayton State University is committed to providing and promoting a healthy and safe learning environment. Anyone who is feeling ill should refrain from coming to campus and should consult the symptoms related to COVID to determine if a visit to a physician or clinic is necessary. Any faculty, staff or student who has tested positive for COVID or has been potentially exposed to someone with COVID should report their case using the COVID Reporting Form before coming to campus. Once the report is submitted you will receive further instructions via your CSU email. Individuals on campus who choose to wear a face mask are free to do so at any time.