As the hub of student life and well-being, the Division of Student Affairs creates the ecosystem to support the whole student. Sharing their expertise, the team partners with faculty and academic colleagues to help build a foundation of belonging and well-being for all students. It’s established at orientation, getting students into a “Longhorn State of Mind,” then influencing them in living the Longhorn life (you are here, you do you, you change the world) during their academic journey. The Division’s “all students, all the time” mindset and spirit of cooperation allows for a quick response to emerging student needs and concerns, supporting academic success and graduation.
Take a look at this list of student resources for faculty shared by Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Soncia Reagins-Lilly and Executive Vice President and Provost Sharon Wood in an annual email to all faculty.
Check out this resource guide for faculty, instructors and academic leaders sharing some of the Counseling and Mental Health Center's high-quality and accessible mental health services.
These licensed mental health professionals have offices in colleges, schools and units to provide mental health support to students. This is a partnership between the Counseling and Mental Health Center and the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.
The vice president for student affairs and other office staff holds meetings with deans from colleges and schools.
New Faculty Symposium
Division team members participate in this annual symposium to share information about the Division program, spaces and resources so faculty can help students reach their full potential.
See how Counseling and Mental Health Center staff are helping improve students’ well-being in the classroom.
Get Help in a Crisis
Emergencies: Call 911
Learn about the reporting process, support services available and your options.