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Well-being resources

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual and group clinical services, community-level interventions and consultations on the Atlanta campus. Atlanta campus students stop in any time Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m or call 404-727-7450 to make an appointment. On the Oxford campus, Counseling & Career Services is available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m. Students can call 770-784-8394 to make an appointment.
  • TimelyCare is a 24-hours a day, 7 days a week virtual care service available from nearly anywhere for all enrolled Emory students. After signing up using their Emory email address, students may schedule a session with a medical or mental health care provider. TalkNow, a part of TimelyCare, is a free, global, on-demand 24/7 resource for immediate access to a mental health professional.
  • Student Case Management and Intervention Services (SCMIS) provides support for basic needs, follow-up care and other resources. If you are concerned about a student (non-crisis), please submit a Student of Concern form and SCMIS will follow up with the student.
  • Student Intervention Services (SIS) consists of multidisciplinary staff, including our non-clinical case managers who are available 24/7 to respond to students in active crisis and emergency. 404-430-1120.
  • Student Health Services (SHS)  offers a wide variety of outpatient clinical services such as primary care, free psychiatric services, physical examinations, STI screening, sexual and reproductive health, allergy injections and immunizations, and referrals to off-site specialists. For guidance for after-hours emergencies,visit the SHS Emergency Care / After Hours web page. Atlanta campus: 404-727-7551. Oxford campus: 770-784-8376.
  • On the Atlanta campus, the Office of Respect offers confidential, 24/7 support to students with concerns related to sexual and relationship-based harm (including sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking). If you would like to speak with an advocate for support, please call the Respect line: 470-270-5360. 
  • The Bias Support Services Office (BSS) is committed to upholding our vision of inclusivity and fairness. Their mission is to confront biases and transform them into catalysts for personal and collective growth and understanding, fostering a community that values diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and identities.
  • The Be Well, Your Way hub provides students with  additional well-being resources and information. 
  • Office of Spiritual and Religious Life offers worship, prayer, meditation, and support through spiritual communities, educational programs, confidential pastoral care, and connections with service and social justice efforts. We also plan vigils and other rituals with students, faculty and staff. Atlanta campus website. Oxford campus website.
  • The Emory Ombuds office stands as an independent, confidential, and neutral resource for conflict resolution and problem-solving. 

Academic Support Resources

Resources are available within each school for students who may need academic support or assistance. For more information, students are encouraged to contact their advisor or the Academic Support Services office for their school and/or academic program.

  • Emory College of Arts and Sciences students should contact their assigned advisor through the Office for Undergraduate Education for support. A student’s advisor is listed in College Connect; if you are unsure of who your advisor is, you are encouraged to email oue.advising@emory.edu to be connected.
  • Oxford College students can reach out to the Advising Support Center to connect with academic advisors, faculty advisors and academic deans.
  • The School of Medicine's Center for Holistic Student Success connects students with multiple resources to support their academic success and well-being.
  • The Rollins School of Public Health Student Support Toolkit provides a comprehensive list of student resources. Students are encouraged to reach out to their instructors and/or their assistant/associate directors of academic programs (ADAPs) with questions related to coursework or if they are in need of academic support.
  • School of Nursing students should contact their program directors and administrators, or reach out to Arnita Howard, senior assistant dean for student affairs, or Gabrielle Woodard, Psy.D, the School of Nursing’s in-house psychologist, for support.
  • Goizueta Business School students should contact their respective Program Office for support regarding resources and academic questions.
  • The School of Law has a wide range of academic support resources available to students.
  • Candler School of Theology students are encouraged to reach out to Shelly Hart, senior director of academic administration and registration; Teresa Fry Brown, associate dean of academic affairs; or Allison Henderson-Brooks, assistant dean of students, regarding academic support services.
  • The Laney Graduate School has an online hub of resources available to graduate students.

Safety and privacy resources

  • Online Safety and Privacy Resources are available. This includes information on managing your Emory Directory information, public student organization information, social media and more.

Faculty/Staff Resources


  • Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provides free and confidential support for employees and benefits-eligible Emory University employees and family members. Services include individual, couples and family counseling, coaching and consultation, and individual or team crisis support. Daytime emergency appointments and on-call after-hours support are available. Visit the  emergency services webpage or call 404-727-9355 (WELL).
  • BHS: Emory Healthcare has partnered with  https://portal.bhsonline.com to provide you and your household members with confidential, in-the-moment support to help with personal or professional problems that may interfere with work or family responsibilities. This program is free and available at no cost to you. Services are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Call/text 1-800-327-2251 or visit the  MyBHS portal (username: EHC).
  • EmBRACE Peer Support:  Emory's Building Resilience and Compassion Enculturation (emBRACE) Peer Support Program is an interprofessional, systems approach to decrease the burdens of secondary trauma and moral distress experienced by Emory Healthcare and Woodruff Health Sciences Center employees. Trained peer supporters include physicians, nurses, advanced practice providers, chaplains, social workers, and other essential staff members. To be partnered with a Peer Supporter, please email  embracepeersupport@emoryhealthcare.org.
  • Spiritual Health: Emory Spiritual Health embraces the traditional religious care provided by professional health care chaplains, but also expands to include spiritual and cultural qualities associated with whole person health. Team members come alongside patients, family members and Emory Healthcare staff who are coping with health and work-related distress. Never hesitate to reach out to a “Blue Coat” from Emory Spiritual Health. Staff support contact information is available here.
  • Office of Spiritual and Religious Life offers worship, prayer, meditation, and support through spiritual communities, educational programs, confidential pastoral care, and connections with service and social justice efforts. We also plan vigils and other rituals with students, faculty and staff. Atlanta campus website. Oxford campus website.
  • The Emory Ombuds office stands as an independent, confidential, and neutral resource for conflict resolution and problem-solving. 

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