Resources for Students
Resources & Options
- Laney Graduate Student Council (LGSC)
- Office of the Student Ombudsperson
- Office of Spiritual and Religious Life
- Department of Accessibility Services
- Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- International Student and Scholars Services
- Office of International Student Life
- Office of Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Life
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Center for Community Partnerships
- Center for Ethics
- Center for Women at Emory
- Disabilities Studies Initiative
- Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement
- Veterans Support
- Social Justice Education
- Bias Support Services
- Student Intervention Services (SIS)
Emory campus resources for students: http://studenthealth.emory.edu/
- The Office of Respect *
- (404)727-1514 (Main Office)
- (470)270-5360 (24/7 Hotline)
- HelpLine (anonymous peer counseling, 8:30pm - 1:00am): (404)727-4357 (HELP)
- Emory Helpline
- Anonymous, peer counseling telephone service for students. It is open from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., 7 days per week, during the regular academic year (excluding major holidays). Students with non-urgent mental health situations may contact the Helpline at (404)727-4357 (HELP).
- Let’s Talk!
- An informal, free, confidential, drop-in consultation service that allows graduate students to speak with a clinician and receive support for challenges they may be experiencing. Location: Robert Woodruff (main) Library Room 315. Dates/times vary per semester, as listed here: https://counseling.emory.edu/community/index.html
- Thriving Campus
- Additional mental health resources and support in the Atlanta area.
- CAPS: Counseling and Psychological Services
- Offers one-on-one counseling and programming (first 7 sessions are free)
- Appointments are scheduled by calling (404)727-7450
- Located at 1462 Clifton Road NE, Suite 235 (Old Dental School Building)
- Student Health Services
- Offers free psychiatric services for all enrolled Emory students. Services include diagnostic psychiatric evaluations, medication evaluations, long-term management of psychiatric medications, and community referrals.
- Located at 1525 Clifton Road
- Emory Anytime Student Health Services
- Nationwide full telehealth services for students in the US. Includes TalkNow (24/7) mental health services available for students abroad and in the U.S.
- Emergency and After Hours
- Contact this service for urgent situations.
- If you are an enrolled Emory student requiring assistance after hours, call the on-call Student Intervention Services (SIS) professional at 404.430.1120.
- If you are an established patient at Student Health Services – Psychiatry with urgent concerns, call the on-call psychiatrist at 404.778.5000 or use https://studenthealth.emory.edu/hs/about/contact_us/emergency.html
- Office of Health Promotion
- Offers proactive programming for students on living a balanced, positive life on campus
Non-Confidential Resources / Filing a Complaint
- Title IX Coordinator for Students
- Emory Police Department (Atlanta Campus)
- Emory Police Department (Oxford College)
* denotes federal safety mandates
In addition, the following sets of people are available to help, as needed:
Your Program’s DGS(s)
Your Program’s PA
Emily Neutens, Interim Assistant Director of Student Affairs in the GDBBS
Nicole Gerardo, Director of the GDBBS
Jennifer Cason, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in the LGS
If your need is urgent, please call the Student Intervention Services number at (404)430-1120. That phone line is always available and someone is always at the other end with resources, guidance, and assistance. You can call there to discuss any kind of concern.
The Wellness and Support Resources provides additional information about the wellness resources above.
The Emory University's Academic Support Resources is designed to help students, faculty members, and staff identify supportive resources to assist students with their academics.
University Policy Regarding Academic Accommodations/Accessibility
Emory University makes reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Students should provide documentation to the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) in 110 Administration Building of their disability related needs. For guidelines and information, please contact by email: email@example.com. Any student eligible for academic accommodations based on a disability should bring the formal accommodation communication (letter or email) to the attention of the instructor. Note that accommodations are NOT granted retroactively. Please arrange a meeting with your instructor at the start of the semester or as soon as the accommodation plan has been finalized.