Behavior Concerns Advice Line (BCAL) - BCAL is an integral tool used by all levels of the University community to report behavioral concerns related to faculty, staff or students.
The University of Texas Police Department (UTPD) - UTPD serves as the primary contact when addressing issues related to criminal activity in progress or having just occurred as well as situations involving immediate threat to self and/or others.
Office of the Dean of Students - The Office of the Dean of Students provides a comprehensive array of resources and opportunities that support student learning and personal development.
- Dean of Students Resources - Helpful links to more campus and community resources
Student Emergency Services - In the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Emergency Services addresses concerns related to students and acts in a capacity of advocacy, referral, and support.
Student Judicial Services - In the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Judicial Services oversees cases involving violations of institutional rules. In relation to this continuum, certain acts of classroom disruption may be deemed a violation of institutional rules.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)/Work-Life Services - EAP addresses concerns related to faculty and staff.
Counseling and Mental Health Center - The Counseling and Mental Health Center operates a 24-hour counseling hotline, which can be reached at (512) 471-CALL (2255). This line is intended for students to use when needing to address concerns for themselves. Appointments can be set by contacting them directly at (512) 471-3515.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) - SSD determines eligibility and helps implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities at UT-Austin.
Legal Affairs - The Office of the Vice President for Legal Affairs manages and coordinates University legal affairs.