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Student Success at the Library

Resources Across Grounds

Citation Managers

Referral Sources


EMERGENCY University of Virginia Police (UPD): Non-emergency (434) 924-7166 | Emergency: 911  Fully accredited police agency, responds to emergency, offers victim support and safety planning

Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) After Hours Dean on Call (DOC): (434) 924-7166

Dial police non-emergency line, ask to speak with the Dean on Call

 A resource of support in crisis situations, not a replacement for dialing 911

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Emergency Line: (434) 243-5150

 24/7 Resource to speak with a clinician on-call

 Students may also walk into CAPS at the Elson Student Health Center to be seen for an urgent need during business hours 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday

 All after hours needs may be addressed by calling the emergency line

FOLLOW-UP and SUPPORT Just Report It! (JRI):

 Reporting resource for sexual misconduct, bias, hazing, Clery reports, threats of violence, protection of minors, and interference with speech rights

Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS) Main Office: (434) 924-7133

 Offers ongoing support to students facing crisis or in distress

Makes referrals to other support resources across

Grounds Title IX (TIX): (434) 297-7988

Collects reports of alleged sexual misconduct

Conducts investigations into matters alleging sexual misconduct

Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights (EOCR): (434) 924-3200

Collects reports of alleged bias incidents

 Conducts investigations into matters of alleged bias and discrimination

Medical Services at Student Health and Wellness: (434) 924-5362

Provides basic medical care Student Disability Access Center (SDAC): (434) 243-5180

Registers and accommodates students with all types of disabilities

 Faculty and staff consultation on issues related to students with disabilities

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): (434) 243-5150

Offers individual and group therapy, psychiatric services, care management (referrals)

 Services available to all enrolled students, free of charge

Health Promotion and Wellbeing: (434) 924-5862

 Housed in the Student Health and Wellness Center

 Provides education materials and programming as well as health consultations

Programming and support addressing substance use, STIs, nutrition, and tobacco cessation

Multicultural Student Services (MSS): (434) 924-9250

 Promotes inclusion and engagement for historically underrepresented students through peer mentoring, leadership development, and academic and career support

LGBTQ Student Services: (434) 924-9250

 Fosters the development of LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, alumni and allies through leadership positions, volunteering, internships and overall student support

Office of African-American Affairs (OAAA): (434) 924-7923

Provides academic and non-academic support to African-American students at UVA and works to create a supportive environment across the entire

University Faculty & Employee Assistance Program (FEAP): (434) 243-2643 § Offers assessment, interventions, and brief counseling and referrals for employees