If you are in a life-threatening situation or your safety is at risk, call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.
HelpLine is available 4 p.m. - 8 a.m. on weekdays and 24 hours a day on weekends. HelpLine can be reached at 979-845-2700 (V/TTY). HelpLine can provide information, support, and referrals over the phone. If you need to speak to someone face-to-face, go to the nearest hospital emergency room. If HelpLine is unavailable, the answering machine will give you emergency instructions, or you can utilize the following resources:
Student Health Services
Student Health Services exists to advance student development and academic success by providing personalized and evidence-based healthcare to Aggies.
HelpLine is the after-hours mental health service for Texas A&M University founded in January of 1995. It provides telephone, peer support, information, crisis intervention, and referrals to students, as well as those concerned about students. The HelpLine is available from 4 p.m. to 8 a.m. weekdays and 24 hours a day on weekends during the semester.
Need Help? Call 979-845-2700 (V/TTY).
Counseling & Psychological Services
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides goal-oriented counseling to address mental health and developmental issues. Services are available in workshop, group, couples and individual formats as well as limited psychiatric care and crisis intervention. CAPS engages in assessment and intervention as well as outreach from a culturally informed, social justice perspective. As part of CAPS’s campus-wide initiatives to educate and support the A&M community, it houses HelpLine and the Suicide Awareness & Prevention Office
Disability Resources offers accommodations coordination, evaluation referral, disability-related information, assistive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services for academically related purposes. Although Disability Resources does not offer disability evaluation and/or testing, tutoring, personal expenses, attendants or scholarships, Disability Resources will provide resources and referral information.
Sexual Harassment Resources
Step In. Stand Up. has been created to bring awareness to our community and encourage others to share our message. Aggies step in as active bystanders to prevent sexual harassment and sexual violence and stand up to support survivors. It creates opportunities to change the culture, perception and the conversation. We firmly believe that one incident of sexual violence is one too many. We will serve and protect others in alignment with Texas A&M University's Core Values: Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Respect, and Selfless Service.
Hate is not an Aggie value. As a major public institution of higher education, Texas A&M University has both an extraordinary opportunity and a special responsibility to create and maintain a climate that affirms diversity of persons as well as diversity of views. As we harness the power of diversity, we will provide students, faculty, and staff a university experience rich in perspectives and opportunities to learn from each other.
Health Promotion empowers all Aggies to embrace a culture of holistic well-being that fosters their academic, personal and professional success.
The 12th Can
The 12th Can is a student operated on-campus food pantry that is aimed at eliminating hunger at Texas A&M. With the work they do, they hope to bring awareness to food insecurity in college communities and show others the power of the Aggie spirit.