Wellbeing and Counseling Center

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Call 713-348-3311 (24/7)

Wellbeing affects all of us. Rice’s professional staff are trained to assist undergraduate and graduate students through a variety of concerns. We encourage you to contact staff in the Wellbeing and Counseling Center to begin meeting your needs and to start the process of obtaining help and support.

Students should feel free to contact the Wellbeing and Counseling Center if they have a personal concern or concerns about another student. Our professional staff members will help connect you to the right resources. Should you like to speak to someone, but are unsure who you need to talk to, please feel free to drop in during walk-in hours and we will make sure you are matched with the Office that best meet your needs.

Every student is an individual and his or her experiences are different. Some students know where to go for that assistance, but others may not be so sure. Take a look at some of the reasons why students may contact the Wellbeing and Counseling Center.

Talk to a clinical counselor

Feeling distressed

Something is affecting daily life

Having trouble functioning

Wanting clinical counseling

Counseling Center

Talk to a wellbeing advisor

Feeling stressed

Wanting guidance on time management, stress management, relationship issues, etc.

Taking time off and planning roadmap back to Rice

Student Wellbeing

Talk to a Title IX navigator

Wanting to learn about the health of relationship(s)

Experienced sexual or domestic violence, sexual harassment, and/or stalking

Wanting to discuss options for reporting and support

Have been accused of violating the sexual misconduct policy


Faculty and staff should feel free to contact the Wellbeing and Counseling Center if they have concerns about a student. Our professional staff members are here to help and can provide guidance about how to access the right resources.

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.