Counseling and Support

College and campus-wide mental health resources are available to students, faculty, and staff.

As a community of scholars, leaders, learners, and practitioners, the College of Education is committed to advancing efforts that lead to safer and healthier communities for children and adults.

Student Resources

College-based Counseling

Danie White is our Counselor in Academic Residence (CARE). She is available to meet with you if you need mental health assistance. You may schedule an appointment online or by calling 512-232-6862 and asking to schedule a CARE appointment. Please include your name, EID, and contact number should you need to leave a voicemail.

Danie also has walk-in hours on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 - 2 PM in JES A115 and Tuesdays and Fridays from 1 ­– 2 PM in SZB 216. Please check-in at the front desk of the office, and they will let Danie know you're waiting. All services are confidential and none of their information will be shared without their written consent.

University Resources

Counseling and Mental Health Center

Student Health Crisis Line: (512) 471-2255

Counseling and Mental Health Center provides counseling, psychiatric, consultation, and prevention services that facilitate students' academic and life goals and enhance their personal growth and well-being.  (512) 471-3515

Student Emergency Services

Through individualized consultation, Student Emergency Services provides assistance, intervention, and referrals to support students navigating challenging or unexpected issues that impact their well-being and academic success. 

The fastest way to get assistance is to go to SSB 4.400, Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

512-471-5017 (Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30) 

512-232-5050 (24/7) – Behavior Concerns Advice Line

Campus Climate Response Team

If you have received hateful comments, witnessed prejudiced behavior, or experienced a bias incident on campus, please notify the Campus Climate Response Team. Bias incidents are offenses against individuals, groups or property, motivated in whole or in part by a person’s or groups’ perceived identity (i.e., age, citizenship, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, national original, race, sexual orientation, veteran status).

Student Ombuds

Staff in the Student Ombuds Office will listen to your concerns about life at the university and confidentially discuss interpersonal difficulties, university policies, university bureaucracy, and conflict resolution techniques. 

Title IX Office

Provides leadership and support around Title IX regulations and implement best practices for preventing sexual discrimination and gender-based violence at the University of Texas at Austin.

Faculty and Staff Resources

College

The college is home to several human resource professionals, including a Title IX coordinator, who are members of our Business Services Team

College-based Counseling for Students

Danie White our the Counselor in Academic Residence (CARE) counselor available to meet with students in need of mental health assistance. Students can schedule an appointment with Danie by calling 512-232-6862 and asking to schedule a CARE appointment. Please let them know they should include their name, EID, and contact number if they have to leave a voicemail. They also may schedule an appointment online.

Danie also has walk-in hours on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 - 2 PM in JES A115 and Tuesdays and Fridays from 1 ­– 2 PM in SZB 216.  Students should check-in at the front desk of the office, and they will let Danie know you're waiting. All services are confidential and none of their information will be shared without their written consent.

University Resources

Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides counseling, grief and trauma support, and stress management for all university employees.

Faculty Ombuds

The Office of the Faculty Ombuds at The University of Texas at Austin provides faculty with a prompt and professional way to resolve conflicts, disputes, or complaints beyond turning to their supervisors. The office assists faculty with any work-related difficulty, including interpersonal conflict or misunderstandings, as well as academic or administrative concerns. 

Student Emergency Services

If you are concerned about a student, contact Student Emergency Services via their 24/7 Behavior Concerns Advice Line.  

Anyone encountering a situation that requires immediate police, medical, psychological or other emergency services should call 911 or the University of Texas Police Department at (512) 471-4441 for assistance 24/7/365.