University Resources on Diversity, Equity, Access, and Inclusion

Reporting a Concern

Information and Resources

  • Behavior Concerns Advice Line (BCAL)
    (512) 232-5050
    If you believe a student could be a danger to self or others and want advice on how to proceed, call the BCAL.
  • Counseling & Mental Health Center (CMHC)
    (512) 471-3515
    Individual walk-in support M–F, 8–5 p.m. at the SSB on the 5th floor or by phone
    Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE) Counselors
    CMHC Faculty & Staff Resources
    CMHC Identity Based Support/Discussion Groups (Drop-In Style)
    CMHC Diversity Coordinators (Drop-In Style)
    CMHC 24-Hour Crisis Line (24/7) 512-471-2255. Students are invited to call for support.
  • Diversity | Provost’s Office
    (512) 232-4231, Main Building 201 (G1000)
  • Division of Diversity and Community Engagement
    (512) 471-3212, The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement is a national model for integrating diversity and community engagement into the core mission of a university. It works with a broad range of student, faculty, staff, and community constituents to help The University of Texas at Austin connect its intellectual resources to communities across Texas and offer education to those who may face the greatest challenges in accessing it.
  • Gender & Sexuality Center (GSC)
    (512) 232-1831, SAC 2.112The mission of the GSC is to provide opportunities for all members of the UT Austin community to explore, organize, and promote learning around issues of gender and sexuality. The center also facilitates a greater responsiveness to the needs of women and the LGBTQ communities through education, outreach, and advocacy.GSC Publications & Resources
  • Multicultural Engagement Center (MEC)
    (512) 232-2958, SAC 1.102 The MEC’s mission is to transform lives by providing diverse educational opportunities and support services for students in order to foster a more inclusive climate on campus.
  • Racial Geography Tour
    The Racial Geography Tour is an interactive guided exploration of the historic origins of the University of Texas at Austin’s buildings, landmarks, and spaces. Through 360º videos learn about how ideas of race and gender are sedimented in the architecture, landscape, and layout of the campus.
  • Resources on Equity and Anti-Racism
    The following list of resources on equity and anti-racism should not be thought of as the official list, but as a compilation of offerings from members of The University of Texas’ Coalition of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officers, who stand in solidarity to combat racism and to support the hearts of all those affected.
  • Services for Students with Disabilities
    (512) 410-6644, SSB 1.102 Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) determines eligibility and helps implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities at the University of Texas at Austin.
  • Student Ombuds
    (512) 471-3825, SSB A4100 The Student Ombuds office listens to students’ concerns in a safe setting about life at the university and confidentially discusses interpersonal difficulties, university policies, university bureaucracy, and conflict resolution techniques.
  • Texas Well-Being
    (512) 475-6918, SSB Think of the information on this site as you would a menu. It provides a variety of strategies, tools, and resources from which to pick and choose. The strategies on this site are based on research. They are also based on ideas and techniques that other University of Texas faculty have found to be effective in supporting student well-being.