medecine.preventive [at] (Medecine preventive)
service.medical452 [at] (Service medical)
rdv-psychologue [at] (Psychologist Anne Élisabeth Weber)
covid19 [at] (Crisis unit)

Take care of yourselves

In order to assist students and staff with any health questions related to COVID-19, including psychological support, here are the services we have put in place.

Medical services

Université Paris-Saclay has pooled its resources together in an effort to better support students and staff with any health issues related to COVID19, including psychological support.
You can contact the University's health services:

If you are likely to have caught the virus, or this has been confirmed

Please leave your telephone number and email address on medecine.preventive [at]

If you are an English speaker or you know an English-speaking colleague or student, please contact the above email addresse: an English-speaking doctor will reply.

If you are an employee

Please send your request to service.medical452 [at]


If you are likely to have caught the virus, or this has been confirmed

You can also contact our medical services:

  • medecine.preventive [at]
  • service.medical452 [at]


Psychologist availability

Message from Anne Élisabeth Weber, psychologist at ENS Paris-Saclay

“Feeling confused and in need of guidance is neither unusual nor abnormal. Each day, let us allow ourselves time to develop new ways of being and acting that suit us best.”
This unprecedented situation can be more difficult if you find yourself “stuck” in CROUS accommodation, far from your loved ones or on an internship abroad.
Whatever your situation, if you are struggling to cope or find resources nearby, if your anxieties are getting out of hand, you are overcome by a feeling of loneliness, if your sadness is overwhelming...
feel free to write to our psychologist:  rdv-psychologue [at]

Please make sure to leave your phone number so that I can call you back for a telephone interview, if necessary.


Contact ENS Paris-Saclay : crisis unit

ENS Paris-Saclay services are ready and waiting to answer your questions and assist you via the crisis unit covid19 [at]

Take care of yourself and those around you!