Campus Resources

Student Success, Mental Health, and Basic Needs Resources 

  • ASUA Basic Needs Initiative: Resources across the University of Arizona and Pima County for helping students, faculty, and staff to meet their basic needs.
  • UA Behavioral Health Clinic
  • Life Management Counseling Services Free short-term, confidential counseling with a licensed counselor through participating campus departments: The A CenterCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Eller Student Wellness
  • LGBTQ+ Mental Health Support The LGBTQ+ Resource Center offers one-on-one emotional support services as well as groups for support, discussion, and fun. Browse LGBTQ+ clubs and organizations.
  • Ombuds Office The Ombuds office is a confidential, informal, impartial, and independent resource for effective communication, collaboration, and conflict management for all students in the UA community. We work independently and outside of the official campus reporting structure to provide students with an informal option for conflict management & resolution.
  • Survivor Advocacy Confidential services for student survivors of sexual or gender-based violence understand their rights and their options. Advocates can help student survivors connect with resources for safety planning, academic and housing accommodations, navigating Title IX, mental health and emotional support, obtaining an order of protection, filing police reports, and medical accompaniment/education about medical forensic exams.
  • Thrive Center Services for students who have been historically underrepresented on college campuses, are low-income, and/or are first-generation college students. Their mission is to enhance students' wellness in and outside of the classroom.
  • Wildcats RISE Free group and individual sessions offer UA students a chance to connect and talk with peers who are dealing with similar stressors. Because talking helps, especially when you’re talking to someone who gets it.