Mental Health and Wellbeing

Vanderbilt University is committed to a culture of caring in which the well-being of all community members—our extraordinary students, the faculty who teach them, and the staff who play an immeasurable role in the success of this remarkable University—is enhanced and supported. We strive to foster a culture of openness through brave dialogue, honest self-reflection, and willingness to invest in this incredible university by investing first in the mental health and wholeness of every member of the Vanderbilt family.

— Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos
vanderbilt.edu/chancellor

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Emergencies

On campus
call VUPD at 615-421-1911

Off campus
call 911

Please note: Vanderbilt University social media accounts and hashtags, including #GoThereVandy, are not monitored for emergency response purposes. For emergencies, please call 911 or VUPD at (615) 322-2745, or if you need immediate medical assistance, go to the nearest emergency room. The closest emergency room to the Vanderbilt Campus is the VU Medical Center Emergency Room, at the VU Medical Center Complex on 22nd Avenue South.

For non-emergency mental health services and support, students should contact the Psychological and Counseling Center at (615) 322-2571; faculty and staff should contact the Employee Assistance Program at (615) 936-1327.

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