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A Community That Cares


UTA cares about the well-being of our students, faculty, and staff. It's up to all of us to make this a safe, secure, and supportive campus.

Here are programs, offices, and services available to you if you need help at any time.

UTA Resources

UTA HEALTH SERVICES

817-272-2771

605 South West Street

Provides quality, accessible, comprehensive, and cost-effective primary health care. In addition to a general medicine clinic, Health Services houses a pharmacy, laboratory, radiology department, women’s health clinic, immunization clinic, and a health promotion and substance abuse prevention office.

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

817-272-3671

Ransom Hall, Room 303

Provides services to help students increase their understanding of personal issues, address mental and behavioral health problems, and make positive changes in their lives. CAPS offers counseling, psychological, and psychiatric services.

RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION

817-272-2354

University Center, Lower Level

Committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all members of the University Community can persevere academically, personally, and professionally in an equitable and safe manner, devoid of sexual and relationship violence.

BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION TEAM

817-272-1009

University Center, Lower Level

A network of professionals from across campus that are committed to a caring, confidential program of identification, intervention, and response in order to provide students with the greatest chance of success and our community with the greatest level of protection.

CENTER FOR STUDENTS IN RECOVERY

817-272-3135

University Center, Suite B120

Provides a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment for students to cultivate life skills and celebrate success. With a variety of programs that emphasize community and accountability, CSR helps students draw upon their own inner strength, develop compassion, and build resilience.

Bystander Intervention

817-272-1009

University Center, Suite B150

Bystander intervention is recognizing a potentially harmful situation or interaction and choosing to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome. Steps to Intervention: (1) Recognize, (2) Choose, (3) Act.

UTA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Emergency: 817-272-3003

Non-emergency: 817-272-3381

700 South Davis Drive

Protects, serves, and cares for the campus community 24/7, 365 days a year. Conducts safety awareness, crime prevention, and rape aggression defense (R.A.D.) classes and assists in providing after-hours security escorts.

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Security/Courtesy Escort: 817-272-5252

Wetsel Service Center, 1225 West Mitchell Street

MavMover shuttle bus hours are 7:30 a.m.–10:45 p.m. Monday–Friday. See website for routes. Security/courtesy escort hours are 7 p.m.–3 a.m. Sunday–Thursday.

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUND

817-272-1009

University Center, Suite B150

The Emergency Assistance Fund provides limited monetary help to students who are suffering temporary financial hardship due to a sudden emergency, accident, or unforeseen event that would otherwise jeopardize their ability to attend UTA. Students must complete an online application on the EAF website and provide proper documentation and receipts.

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