The Student Wellbeing Office supports student development
and success by providing a good first point of contact for students who want to
talk to someone about solutions to their wellbeing concerns. We connect with
students in the residential colleges, graduate apartments, and other student
spaces around campus to give advice and practical support to help students
resolve personal challenges, such as conflicts with friends, difficulty making
decisions, struggling with your identity, and academic concerns or problems
that are more serious in nature. We also consult with students, faculty, and
staff who have concerns about a particular student in distress.
We refer students to the Rice Counseling Center for mental health treatment.
Our wellbeing staff help students in these key ways:
Individual Support Resources
- Meet with a wellbeing advisor to talk about your wellbeing concerns
- Learn about options for medical/wellbeing separations and returns
- Receive support if you have experienced a crisis or traumatic event
- Speak with a Title IX Resource Navigator if you have concerns about or have experienced an incident of sexual misconduct or sex discrimination
- Provide education on alcohol, sexual violence
prevention and response, and mental health through small group conversations, large
group workshops, and campus-wide presentations
EMERGENCY: in the event of a life-threatening emergency
that requires immediate medical or law enforcement attention, go to the nearest
Hospital Emergency Room and/or Dial 911 or call the Rice University Police Department/Rice EMS at 713-348-6000.
Schedule an Individual Meeting
Location: First floor of the Gibbs
Wellness Center, adjacent to the Recreation Center
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Phone: (713) 348-3311
Advisor will work with you to help you resolve your concerns. We can also
answer questions you have regarding Rice policies and procedures.
Some common concerns:
with your identity
Schedule an Education Workshop
We welcome partnerships with colleges, graduate apartments, student
groups, and other offices and departments on campus to host workshops. Please
visit Workshops or contact the Student Wellbeing Office: email@example.com or 713-348-3311 for more information about registration or partnering with us
for individual programs.