Support Resources

Counseling and support services are available from several entities on campus:

American Indian Resource Center

801-581-7392

Resource and advocate for American Indian/Alaskan Native student visibility and success on campus

Black Cultural Center

801-213-1441
bcc@utah.edu

Black-centered research, culturally affirming educational initiatives, and service

Center for Disability & Access

801-581-5020
info@disability.utah.edu

Accomodations and resources for students with disabilities

Center for Ethnic Student Affairs

801-581-8151
cesa@utah.edu

Student resource for navigating institutional barriers in order to achieve academic excellence and develop advocacy skills

Center for Student Wellness

801-581-7776
wellness@sa.utah.edu

Health education and services including victim-survivor advocates and bystander intervention training

Dream Center

801-213-3697
dream@utah.edu

Advocacy for undocumented students and mixed-status families from college access to graduation

Faculty & Staff Only

Employee Assistance Program

801-587-9319 or 800-926-9619

Confidential counseling service that provides assistance with a variety of personal concerns

Huntsman Mental Health Institute

801-583-2500
crisis line (available 24/7): 801-587-3000

Inpatient treatment for individuals facing an acute mental health issue who are unable to remain safe in a less restrictive environment

Independent Review Committee

Complaints about public safety personnel may be reported to the Independent Review Committee

International Student & Scholar Services

801-581-8876
international@utah.edu

Support and services for international students, faculty, and staff

LGBT Resource Center

801-587-7973
lgbtrc@sa.utah.edu

University-wide services for people with a queer range of (a)gender and (a)sexual experiences

Office of the Dean of Students

801-581-7066
deanofstudents@utah.edu

Advocate for students facing challenges to their success as students (academic adjustments, Behavioral Intervention Team, etc.)

Office for Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX

801-581-8365
oeo@utah.edu

Information on equal opportunity and affirmative actions rights and responsibilities, report discrimination incidents

Office for Inclusive Excellence

801-587-7580
respectu@utah.edu

Anonymously report incidents of bias, request consultations and workshops

Faculty & Staff Only

Resiliency Center

801-213-3403
resiliencycenter@hsc.utah.edu

Promotes faculty and staff wellness through advocacy, collaboration and innovative programming focused on individual and system resilience

Safe U

A comprehensive website for all safety-related information, reporting and support resources, training and more at the University of Utah

Students Only

University Counseling Center

801-581-6826

Services and resources aimed to help student, staff, and faculty resolve problems, provide crisis support, reduce stress, manage anxiety, prevent potential problems

University Safety

911 / 911/801-585-2677(COPS)

Report a crime, safety escorts, emergency guides, etc.

Veterans Support Center

801-587-7722
vetcenter@sa.utah.edu

Liasion and resource to improve and enhance the success of student Veterans

Women’s Resource Center

801-581-8030
wrc@sa.utah.edu

Central resource for educational and support services for women