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Wellness Resources


  • Campus Security 419-772-2222
  • Ada Police Dept. 419-634-0010
  • SART On-Call 419-302-0104
  • RD On-Call 419-302-0106

On Campus Resources

Residence Life 419-772-2430

Justin F. Courtney, Director and SART Coordinator

Scott Parson, Assistant Director for Residence Life


Counseling Center 419-772-2190

Rebecca Diller, M.S.E.,

Marcia Kostoff, M.Ed,

Marcey Bell, MSW, LISW-S

Counseling Center Website


Student Health Center 419-772-2086

Karen Schroeder, Director
Health Center Website


University Chaplain 419-772-2200

The Rev. Dr. David MacDonald
Religious Life Website


Dean of Students 419-772-2433

Dr. Adriane Thompson-Bradshaw,
Student Affairs Website


Sexual Harassment or Misconduct 419-772-2218

Nancy Sabol, Title IX Coordinator
Title IX Website


Student Disability Coordinator 419-772-2190

Tracey Harris
Disability Services Website


Arts & Sciences 419-772-3566

Business Administration 419-772-2070

Engineering 419-772-2371

Pharmacy 419-772-2275

Law 419-772-3051

Off Campus Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-TALK (8255)

24-hour hotline:
Prevention Lifeline
Chat now:


Crisis Text Line Text 4HOPE to 741741


ULifeLine 212-647-7544

An anonymous and confidential online resource through
which students can find mental health information and


Coleman Professional Services 800-567-4673

A local organization that offers behavioral health
services, addiction/recovery services and rehabilitation


Prevention Awareness Support Services 419-549-8530

A list of area support groups (Allen Auglaize and Hardin
counties) can be found here. Group topics include:
Bipolar & Depression, LOSS (for those bereaved by
suicide), DOSS (drug overdose survivor support),
LGBTQ, Grief & Loss. All are free and no pre-registration
is required.


Crime Victim Services 1-87-STOP-RAPE

24 hour rape crisis services (1-877-867-7273)
They also provide support for victims of human
trafficking 419-222-8666


National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

24-hour online hotline:


The We Care People 1-800-567-HOPE

24-hour online hotline:


Victim Services 419-674-2277


The Student Affairs Response Team (SART) within the Division of Student Affairs at Ohio Northern University cares about the mental,
spiritual and physical well-being of every student and recognizes that circumstances outside of the classroom may impact your ability to reach academic success. Naturally, you will face a host of challenges and opportunities while striving to attain a degree. ONU understands and wants to help. Resources are readily available on and off campus to support your needs. Should you have an urgent concern for yourself or a fellow student, PLEASE CONTACT 911. Otherwise, student concerns may be brought to the attention of SART via our student of concern referral form, which can be found at following link: Student of concern referral form. Staff members follow up on each report and ensure that these concerns are addressed by the appropriate personnel.