The Wellbeing & Counseling Center has moved to a virtual service.
For the latest updates on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), please check Rice's Crisis Management website for up-to-date information.
RAMHA is a student organization dedicated to correcting the misinformation surrounding mental health and eliminating the shame often wrongly associated with common illnesses such as depression, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.
RHAs are students who have been trained on a variety of wellbeing topics. These students work at their college to provide health education opportunities, health supplies and peer guidance.
The Rice Women's Resource Center is not only a space on the Rice University campus, but also a community that fosters personal relationships and conversations. Its vision is to increase awareness of and sensitivity to gender issues in order to build a more supportive, dynamic atmosphere on campus.
The Caregiving program is a volunteer organization whose goal is to promote a Culture of Care by students, for students to improve alcohol safety across campus. Serving as a formal extension of students’ desire to care for one another, the Caregiving program at each college functions as a student created safety net.
STRIVE is a student-driven coalition that empowers all members of the Rice community to play an active role in eliminating gender-based inequality and sexual violence.