Additional Resources

Emergency Room

If you are in immediate danger, experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Medication Questions and Concerns

For urgent medication questions and concerns, students can call the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877. If you are unsure of how much medication someone has taken, and they are unable to communicate with you, call 911.

Student Amnesty for Alcohol and Drug Emergencies

Amnesty means current UT students can avoid formal University disciplinary action and the creation of a formal disciplinary record when they call for help for an alcohol or drug-related medical emergency.

Sexual Violence Emergencies

For urgent concerns, call 911.

Student Emergency Services

Providing assistance, interventions and referrals to support you when navigating challenging or unexpected issues that impact your well-being and academic success. Call 512-471-5017. Phones are answered Monday-Friday from 8 a.m-5 p.m

Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention Program

Resources on suicide warning signs, bystander intervention and more.

What To Expect When Speaking with a Crisis Counselor

When you meet with a crisis counselor, they will:

  • Ask questions to understand your situation and assess your safety and ability to cope.
  • Help you regulate your emotions and calm yourself.
  • Explain confidentiality as it relates to the crisis.
  • Help you make a plan to address your concerns.
  • Offer additional service options such as resources within the Counseling and Mental Health Center, referrals elsewhere on campus or to a counselor off-campus depending on your needs and availability of services.