Resources for Students

If you have any questions or need additional resources, contact Emily Neutens, Assistant Director of Student Affairs in the GDBBS.

Emory Wellness & Support Resources

This guide is intended to assist students, faculty members, and staff in quickly identifying appropriate campus resources to meet individual student needs.  Each bullet represents a service offered by the office listed at the top. Use hyperlinks to navigate to websites to learn more.

*In the case of an emergency, please call Emory Police at 404-727-6111 or 911.

Counseling and Psychological Services- CAPS (404-727-7450)

  • Counseling Services
    • Individual counseling sessions – up to 8 free sessions with a CAPS counselor/academic year,
    • Drop-in counseling sessions- “Let’s Talk” Program- a 15-minute individual counseling session.
    • Group counseling- topic-specific and affinity groups offered each term,
    • Couples counseling- if both partners are Emory enrolled students
    • Crisis Walk-in Appointments, M-F, 8:30am-3:30pm (walk-in appts. do not count towards 8 scheduled sessions)
  • Drop-In Workshops- unlimited, single-topic, group sessions, including a weekly mindfulness workshop
  • Stress & Biofeedback Clinic- 3-week class that teaches participants to recognize and manage stress
  • Referrals to off-campus providers- use the Thriving Campus platform to search for off campus providers that meet your specific needs and preferences

Student Case Management and Intervention Services- SCMIS (404-727-4193)

  • Student Intervention Services (404-430-1120)
    • To receive immediate help for a student in distress, faculty, staff, and students can speak to a clinical social worker 24/7 by calling 404-430-1120.
    • To request a consultation for students needing assistance related to any concern including those from isolation and quarantine, faculty, staff, and students can e-mail sisteam@emory.edu, or submit a student of concern form. Emails and forms will require time for routing and response.
  • Food Pantry
  • Food Security Safeguard Program
    • The Food Security Safeguard Program (FSSP) in partnership with Student Case Management and Intervention Services is designed to assist any Emory undergraduate or graduate student with an immediate food security need on the Atlanta campus
    • Fill out an FSSP request to receive three meal swipes at Dobbs Common Table

Student Health Services (404-727-7551)

  • On campus health care providers for multiple physical health specialties and psychiatric services. Accept Emory University Student Health Insurance Plan (EUSHIP)
  • Emory Student Telehealth (833-484-6359; online login will be more direct)
    • Provided by TimelyMD
    • Available to students anywhere in the world
    • Virtual health appointments
    • Mental health professionals available 24/7 via TalkNow

 Office of Spiritual and Religious Life (404-727-6226)

  • Connect to Communities: Emory offers a diverse array of spiritual traditions on campus and in the vibrant interfaith city of Atlanta.
  • Office of Spiritual and Religious Life offers Programs, Services, and Sacred Spaces to the Emory community, and they are here to support religious and philosophical communities and interfaith engagement.

Office of Health Promotion (404-727-1000)

  • Alcohol and substance use education and resources for students for their own use or for students who are concerned about a friend, roommate, or loved one
  • Mental well-being programs, education and resources specifically on mindfulness and sleep improvement
  • Sexual health education, resources, and services including safer sex supplies and free HIV testing

Office of Respect (24 Hour Hotline: 470-270-5360)

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (404-727-9867)

  • Title IX Coordinator for Students (404-727-4079)
    • Report sexual harassment and misconduct that may violate Title IX law and Emory policy
    • Impacted parties can learn about formal and informal resolution options
  • Department of Accessibility Services (404-727-9877)
    • Request a consultation for accommodations, including short term or injury related accommodations

 Bias Incident Reporting

  • Report language or action that demonstrates bias against one’s protected characteristics.  Bias incidents include, but are not limited to, name-calling, stereotyping, belittling, or excluding others based on their identity. Some, but not all, bias incidents may rise to the level of discriminatory harassment, sexual misconduct, or other violations of policy or law.

 Ombuds Office (404-727-1531)

  • Assistance navigating interpersonal conflicts, improprieties, or unfairness as well as guidance on University policy and procedure pertaining to the issue
  • Informal mediation through facilitated discussions for individuals experiencing interpersonal issues

 Financial Resources

Find additional resources for student wellness and support at the following sites:

GDBBS “Resources for Students” webpage   

LGS “Student Support Services” webpage

Campus Life “Get Support” webpage

Click Wellness and Support Resources to download the PDF.

Emory University’s Academic Support Resources

This document is designed to help students, faculty members, and staff identify supportive resources to assist students with their academics. Use the hyperlinks and information to navigate to specific resources and offices to learn more. 

Department of Accessibility Services (404-727-9877 | TTD 404-712-2049)

  • Registration with DAS enables students to detail their disability, past services, and needed accommodations from their perspective.
  • Housing Accommodations may also be available to students.
  • Forms, Documentation Requirements, Example Accommodations, and FAQs are also available on the DAS website.
  • The DAS staff can also support students’ self-advocacy and understanding what questions to be prepared to answer.

English Language Support Program (ELSP) (404-727-2183)

  • Courses: Intermediate and advanced written and oral communication courses
  • Rotating workshops focused on teacher training, research article writing, and presentations
  • Training, programming, and events to support multilingual speakers and international students

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) (404-727-0830)

Ombuds Office (404-727-1531)

  • Assistance navigating interpersonal conflicts, improprieties or unfairness as well as guidance on University policy and procedure about the issue
  • Informal mediation through facilitated discussions for individuals experiencing interpersonal issues

Student Digital Life

  • Student Tech Support, Services, and Spaces
  • Workshops and Events

Writing Center (404-727-6451)

Writing Center Support

  • Individual Consultations: advanced graduate fellows and/or Writing Program Faculty are available for appointments to support a range of projects including: course papers, dissertation chapters, conference proposals, articles, and more.
  • Dissertation Boot Camps: several boot campus hosted throughout the year to support participants’ setting goals and writing in a supportive environment.
  • Weekly Writing Group: Co-hosted with the LGS English Language Support Program. Quiet writing time for the first hour and writing discussion for those who stay for a second hour.

Teaching Support

  • Individualized Consultations with Teaching Materials: meet with advanced graduate fellows and/or Writing Program Faculty to discuss creating meaningful learning outcomes and syllabus crafting.
  • Support for Your Students: Encourage your students to go to the writing center.
  • Fellowship Opportunities: The Writing Center offers three advanced fellowships for LGS students each year, offering opportunities to grow as a teacher and build out CV experience.

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