You are the first contact
Front-line staff, professors, teaching assistants, etc.
In case of emergency contact UAPD at 205-348-5454 or 911
Aggression/ThreatAggressive emotional behavior requiring assistance and/or after-hours help
If a student is exhibiting aggressive behavior, or you perceive a threat of violence or other unlawful behavior, call UAPD immediately.
IllnessStudents who exhibit symptoms of illnesses that prevent them from participating in class
Student Health Center and Pharmacy
750 Peter Bryce Blvd.
Mon – Th: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Fri: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Weekends: 1 to 4 p.m. (Closed on home football game days); Summer Sessions:
Mon – Th: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Fri: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If a student is exhibiting symptoms of an illness, send the student to the Student Health Center and Pharmacy.
Emotional BehaviorSerious emotional behavior
1101 Jackson Ave. (east of the Law School)
Mon – Fri: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
For concerns related to depression, anxiety, agitation, disorientation and thoughts of harming self, respond promptly and contact the Counseling Center for support. Individual, couple and group therapy, drug and alcohol services, medication referral and crisis intervention are also available.
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and RecoverySubstance use concerns and recovery support
Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services provides a comprehensive continuum of care for students with substance use concerns. Services range from prevention, awareness, and exploration of consequences for high risk behaviors to a supportive, safe, and engaging environment that supports students seeking or contemplating recovery.
Veteran/MilitaryIssues concerning student veterans, service members or dependents
For concerns dealing with academic wellness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or traumatic brain injury (TBI) among veteran or military students, contact Veteran and Military Affairs. The office can also assist with educational, medical, and disability benefits for veterans. Comprehensive benefit counseling is provided for veterans, service members, and dependents.
WellbeingFor concerns about a student’s welfare or a missing student
If you have concerns about the wellbeing of a student, contact Student Care and Well-Being. This office provides case management and advocacy services for students who are in need of support and assistance in times of crisis or trauma. Also, if a parent is concerned about a student’s welfare or a missing student, they can contact the Dean of Students. Note: If the student resides on campus, you may contact Housing and Residential Communities at 205-348-6676 during normal business hours.
Disability ConcernConcerns about the academic performance of a student with any type of disability
205-348-4285 or 205-348-3081 (TTY)
Houser Hall Suite 1000, across from the Ferguson Student Center
Mon – Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
If a diagnosed or possible undiagnosed disability could be negatively affecting a student’s academic performance, contact the Office of Disability Services about accommodations that may remediate the effects of the disability.
Interpersonal ViolenceConcerns about possible sexual or dating violence involving a student
If you suspect a student, of any sex or gender, has been a victim of sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, domestic/dating violence, stalking, or who experienced child abuse, direct the student to the Women and Gender Resource Center or contact the center for further assistance. Services are free and confidential.