We know that many of you are facing significant challenges right now: concerns about access to technology, housing, finances, and the health of yourself and your family.
We want to make sure you have what you need to be successful. Our Student Affairs staff are working remotely and are available to support students, and below are some additional resources and support services available to students through the university.
Student Emergency Services
Student Emergency Services is available for support and to request academic accommodations. Allie Ambriz is our dedicated SOA SES Liaison.
University Health Services
University Health Services is open to provide care for acute illness or injury, including evaluation of COVID-19. Call the UHS Nurse Advice Line (512) 475-6877 for guidance about when to come to UHS, especially if you have a fever and respiratory symptoms. UHS can also schedule telehealth appointments at (512) 471-4955 for some health concerns.
CARE Counselors will provide counseling services by phone. Leave a message for UTSOA's dedicated CARE Counselor, Abby Simpson, LCSW at (512) 471-3115.
Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC)
The Counseling and Mental Health Center will continue to provide counseling services throughout this time over the phone. Click here for information about how they are modifying services. This info may change in the future, as the situation evolves.
During regular business hours (M-F, 8-5), students who are experiencing a crisis should call (512) 471-3515 and choose option 3. For crises after hours or on weekends please call the CMHC Crisis Line at (512) 471-2255, which is available 24/7.
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