Student Counseling Center
1800 Volunteer Blvd., Suite 200
After hours: 865-974-4357 (24-hour help line; limited confidentiality)
Provides students with personal counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological outreach and consultation services. Mental health providers are available during weekday business hours for appointments and after hours and on weekends via the helpline.
Student Health Center
1800 Volunteer Blvd.
Provides students with an acute care clinic/triage nurse, primary care clinic, sports medicine clinic, and women’s health clinic. After hours, students are encouraged to seek services through the Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee or at the UT Medical Center emergency room.
Limited Confidentiality Resources
After-Hours Help Line
5 pm–8 am, Monday–Friday
24/7, Saturday–Sunday and during all university closures
The after-hours helpline is confidential only from 5 pm to 8 am. When you call the help line after hours, you will be connected with someone who can talk to you about options, resources, and support. The most important thing is to talk with someone who can provide emotional support and help you plan.
Office of Title IX
1817 Melrose Ave.
UT Police Department
1101 Cumberland Ave.
Emergency: 911 or 865-974-3111
Works to ensure safety on campus and in the immediate surrounding area and provides programming for students to increase awareness, personal safety, and property security.
Office of Equity and Diversity
1840 Melrose Ave.
Fulfills an important compliance function by working with various legal mandates set out by state and federal law and university policies related to civil rights, equal employment, and affirmative action. OED serves to investigative and resolve faculty/staff-related reports of sexual misconduct, relationship violence, stalking, and retaliation.
405 Student Services Building
Staff members are the primary investigators for alleged prohibited conduct. Before initiating an investigation, staff can meet with an individual to discuss options and processes.