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The Student Care Network stands in solidarity with our Black and African American students. If you or someone you know is in need of support or care following the brutal murder of George Floyd and the violent and racist acts against Black and African Americans, the Student Care Network offers resources for students that can help. Please reach out to the University Counseling Center (UCC) to utilize the remote UCC Drop-in Consultation Hours every Wednesday between 2 and 4pm, or call the UCC at (615) 322-2571 for support during urgent care hours 10am through 3pm weekdays. We are here for you.

Vanderbilt University is closely monitoring the outbreak of the respiratory illness COVID-19. For more information, please visit theĀ Vanderbilt University COVID-19 website. For more information on remote and campus services, please visit our Updated Services page.


Emergency help is available if you or someone you know is in immediate crisis:

If you or someone you know needs to speak with a University Counseling Center professional immediately:

  • If you or someone you know needs to speak with a professional counselor immediately, the University Counseling Center offers Urgent Care Counseling during the summer and academic year. Students may come directly to the UCC and be seen by the clinician on call, or may call the UCC at (615) 322-2571 to speak with a clinician. If you are calling after hours, you will be transferred to an answering service with mental health providers on call.

    • During the academic year (Fall and Spring semesters) Urgent Care hours are from 10:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday
    • During the summer months Urgent Care hours are from 10:00am to 3:00pm Monday through Friday

Students should go to the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital (M-F, 8AM-11PM and Sat-Sun 8AM-8PM) or to the VUMC ER for acute assessment and support if UCC Urgent Care Counseling hours are closed and it is an emergency.

If you or someone you know would like to speak by phone or text with a trained urgent care professional, there are nation-wide services available:

  • Text HOME to the Crisis Text Line at 741741 to communicate with a trained crisis counselor, from anywhere in the United States, anytime, about any type of crisis

  • Students of color can also text STEVE to the Crisis Text Line at 741741 to speak with an urgent care counselor dedicated to supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of students of color.

What is the Student Care Network?

The Student Care Network is a holistic network of services and resources pertaining to health and wellness available to all Vanderbilt University students.

What are the primary Student Care Network offices?

Primary offices include the Office of Student Care Coordination, the University Counseling Center, the Student Health Center, and the Center for Student Wellbeing. Students also have access to a wide range of additional on-campus and community resources through the Student Care Network.

How do I access my Student Care Network resources?

  • Explore your Resources online. They are organized within nine wellness categories, as illustrated below.
  • Complete the Student Care Coordination Intake Form with the Office of Student Care Coordination. Once you complete this form, you will be directed to a link to schedule a 30-minute face-to-face or telephone appointment with a Student Care Coordinator. This appointment will be located in Rand Hall, Suite 305.
  • You may also call the Office of Student Care Coordination at 615-343-WELL (9355) or drop in to see a Student Care Coordinator, Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Rand Hall, Suite 305.
  • The Student Care Coordinator will refer you to the best resources to meet your needs. These may include on-campus resources, off-campus community providers, or telemedicine services. (Telemedicine is remote treatment by a community provider through telecommuting, including video and/or phone consultations.)

Select a resource to learn more!

Student Care Network Wheel Physical Resources Emotional Resources Spiritual Resources Social Resources Financial Resources Vocational Resources Sexual Resources Intellectual Resources Cultural & Identity Resources