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We're Here for You.

CMHC Business Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm

Phone: (512) 471-3515 - Student Services Building 5th Floor
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Current events may be affecting you, your fellow students, or loved ones in a variety of ways. We acknowledge that the lives of students from marginalized communities have been impacted by past, present and potential future events. We steadfastly respect the dignity and worth of each individual student, and stand ready to serve you. If you need the support of a counselor, we are, as we have always been, here for you.

Below is a list of resources that UT students might find helpful:

Talk with a trained counselor about CMHC's counseling options that would be a good fit for you by calling 512-471-3515 or coming into the 5th floor of the SSB. Some options might include:

  • CMHC's Diversity Coordinators: All of our counselors are committed to affirming diversity, including our team of diversity coordinators who have specialized training, knowledge, and interest in serving marginalized students.
  • CMHC's free and unlimited groups: We offer a wide variety of therapy groups, therapeutic classes, and skill-building workshops that address a range of student needs including groups specifically for students of various identities and backgrounds.
  • Drop-in office hours at the Multicultural Engagement Center in the Student Activity Center (SAC). Students may stop in on Tuesdays 11:00-1:00 or Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 to meet with a CMHC counselor to ask questions, express concerns, and share experiences.

For same-day crisis support:

For general questions related to being an international student at UT:

We encourage you take care of your mental, emotional, and physical health today and every day. A resource you might consider using is one of our MindBody Labs. Locations are in both the Student Services Building (SSB) and the Student Activity Center (SAC). Please also visit here for tips about practicing self-care.






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