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There are many resources at Emory to help students succeed. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start. The Student Intervention Services (SIS) Team exists to help coordinate the university’s response for students in distress. We’re a one stop shop for students in distress, or for someone who wants to refer a student for help, but isn’t sure who to contact.

If you have questions or are unsure of the best resource for you or a student who may need help, please contact the SIS Team for assistance. You can make a referral online, and a member of the SIS Team will follow-up with you promptly. If you have an urgent concern please call the Emory Police Department at 404.727.6111 and ask them to page the Campus Life Professional on call.

Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (404.727.7450). CAPS provides confidential individual and group counseling to students to assist with a variety of concerns. All services provided by CAPS are covered under the student’s tuition and fees; no payment is required when services are provided. Same day, walk in appointments are available for urgent issues.

Emory Police Department (404.727.6111). EPD is Emory’s campus security force. Comprised of both security officers and sworn law enforcement personnel, EPD patrols campus, performs outreach, and investigates crimes that take place on Emory’s property. Emory Emergency Medical Services (EEMS), a volunteer EMS squad that provided 24 hour first responders for on-campus medical emergencies, is organized under EPD.

Office for Undergraduate Education (404.727.6069). OUE is the academic student support office for the College of Arts and Sciences, which is the largest undergraduate academic division at Emory. All students who start on the Atlanta campus begin their academic career as students in the College. OUE has class deans and support staff who can assist students with academic advising, withdrawals, academic integrity issues, tutoring and supplemental instruction, and more.

Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life (404.727.0272). The LGBT Life Office engage the university community in the creation of an affirming and just campus environment while supporting the development of students of all gender and sexual identities.

Office of Health Promotion (404.727.7551). OHP is devoted to engaging students in the work of creating a healthier campus, building individual capacity, and advocating for students in times of crisis. OHP staff provide both individualized and population level support to students regarding alcohol and other drugs and sexual violence.

Office of International Student Life (404.727.2663). OISL helps connect international students to meaningful campus life opportunities, provides intentional events and programs to highlight the diversity of nationalities and cultures at Emory, and assists with the development of meaningful relationships between international and domestic students.

Office of Multicultural Programs and Services (404.727.6754). OMPS provides programs and services that encourage the holistic development of students, particularly students of color, and affirm identity through advocacy, outreach, and advising.  OMPS works to build an inclusive, equitable, culturally competent community so students will excel and contribute to our multicultural society.

Office of Residence Life & Housing (404.727.7631). RLH manages all on campus living facilities, including residence halls, fraternity houses, and the sorority lodges. All students are required to live on campus for their first two years at Emory, and RLH works to provide an exceptional living and learning environment. All residential facilities have live-in staff to assist residents and help them to develop meaningful connections within the university community.

Office of Student Conduct (404.727.7190). OSC upholds the Emory community’s high standards of conduct for undergraduate students. OSC reviews alleged violations of university policy by students, and provides a learning environment to engage students in ethical decision-making consistent with the university’s expectations.

Respect Program (404.727.1514). The Respect Program engages the Emory community to prevent and respond to sexual assault and relationship violence. Respect Program staff advise student groups that address issues of sexual violence, and also provide private consultation, support, and advocacy for students who have been impacted by sexual violence.

Student Health Services (404.727.7551). SHS offers a wide variety of outpatient medical services designed to meet the needs of Emory students. All enrolled students are eligible for healthcare at SHS.

Title IX Coordinator for Students (404.727.7195). The Title IX Coordinator for Students is responsible for addressing sexual misconduct that involves any student. The Coordinator can make referrals to counseling and other support services, provide accommodations such as class schedule changes or residence hall relocation, and can receive reports of alleged misconduct for formal review through the university disciplinary process.