Help Available through the Office of Wellness Programs & Alcohol Education.
- support for students in recovery
- assistance to alcohol-free students and students who are looking to cut back
- a walk-in resource room with books, brochures and realistic alcohol and other drug information
- scheduling presentations for residence halls, classrooms or student organizations
- Host Responsibility Training
- current statistics on college drinking and drug use
- co-sponsorship opportunities, with organizations or with special events planned by this office
The Office will keep all conversations confidential, except in cases defined by law where further assistance is required: suicidal, homicidal, or psychotic. The Office keeps a list of solid resources that can help students with many issues.
Other help available:
Violated the Vanderbilt Alcohol Policy?
Or need an assessment?
Contact the substance abuse therapist at the Psychological and Counseling Center (PCC) 615-322-2571. The therapist can also provide short term counseling for students who want help with any substance abuse issue, including dynamics from being a child of an alcoholic or drug addict. Services are free to undergraduate and graduate students.
These numerous links can assist in searching for personal answers or for classroom assignments. We have categorized by type of source to expedite your research. Please send us your recommendations for other websites. Note that Vanderbilt does not endorse any other website, nor guarantee the link to the site is active.
- Learning Resource Center
- Psychological and Counseling Center – study skills
- Vanderbilt Wellness Center – services available
- Office of Religious Life
- Greek Life
- LGBTQI Life
- Women’s Center
- Outdoor Recreation Program
- Parents and Family Office
- Student Organizations
- Office of Active Citizenship and Service
- National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition