CAPS Counseling and Psychological Services offering counseling to students to help them cope with personal and family problems. Licensed professionals provide treatment for anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, family problems, food and body concerns, alcohol and drug concerns, and other life crises.
Highland Commons, 1224 E. Lowell St. (northwest corner of Highland and 6th Street); 520-621-3334
Child Care and Family Resources Provides consultation appointments to assess needs and issues, customized referrals, sick child and emergency back-up care, elder care, financial assistance, etc.
Disability Resource Center Facilitates full access for disabled students, faculty, staff, and visitors through the provision of reasonable accommodations, adaptive athletic and fitness programs, assistive technology, etc.
1540 East 2nd Street; 520-621-3268; email@example.com
International Student Programs and Services Represents and advocates for international students; liaisons with academic and other departments as well as state, federal and foreign agencies; provides immigration and tax advising
935 North Tyndall Avenue; 520-621-4627
Motorist Assistance Program Assists with vehicle issues including jump-starts, flat tires and keys accidentally locked in cars; provided free by Parking and Transportation Services
OASIS Works to reduce campus incidences of sexual assault and relationship violence
Old Main, Room 228; 520-626-2051; firstname.lastname@example.org
Off-Campus Housing Provides weekly updated off-campus housing, roommate notices and Tucson utility contact information
Think Tank Provides tutoring, academic skills, and academic support to all undergraduates
Bartlett Academic Success Center, Room 201A; 520-626-0530
Thrive Center Provides community and support to undergraduates who have been historically underrepresented on college campuses, are from low-income households, and/or are first generation college students
Bartlett Academic Success Center; 520-626-3789
Women's Resource Center Organization devoted to providing resources and information about women's issues
Located among the ASUA offices, 3rd floor of the Student Union next to the bookstore; 520-621-3919