Faculty Resources

The Vice President for Student Affairs partners with the academic community to support the student experience by supplementing learning outside the classroom. 

Counseling and Mental Health Resource Guide

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.

Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE)

These licensed mental health professionals have offices in 16 colleges and schools 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.

Deans Meetings

The vice president for student affairs and other office staff has semesterly meetings with deans from colleges and schools.

New Faculty Symposium

The vice president for student affairs and other office staff participate in the annual New Faculty Symposium to share information about the Division of Student Affairs and ways faculty can help students reach their full potential.

Texas Well-being

See how Counseling and Mental Health Center staff are helping improve students’ well-being in the classroom.


Reporting Violence, Misconduct, Harassment, or Discrimination Block

Report Violence, Misconduct, Harassment, or Discrimination

Learn about the reporting process, support services available, and your options.

Contact Carol Longoria, Deputy to the Vice President