University of Minnesota
http://www.umn.edu/
612-625-5000

Student Mental Health

Twin Cities Campus

University Resources

Sponsoring Departments:

  1. Boynton Health Service, Mental Health Clinic
    4th floor, Boynton Health Service
    Clinic: 612-624-1444 Urgent Counselor: 612-625-8475
    http://www.bhs.umn.edu
  2. Disability Resource Center
    180 McNamara Alumni Center, 612-626-1333
    http://www.ds.umn.edu
  3. International Student and Scholar Services
    190 Hubert Humphrey Center, 612-626-7100
    http://www.isss.umn.edu
  4. Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
    211 Appleby Hall, 612-624-6073
    http://www.oscai.umn.edu/
  5. Student Counseling Services
    340 Appleby Hall
    Phone: 612-624-3323
    http://www.ucs.umn.edu/
  6. University of Minnesota Police Department
    511 Washington Avenue SE, 612-624-COPS (non-emergency)
    http://www1.umn.edu/police/

Other Resources:

  • Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
    CTL offers a wide variety of resources and services to enhance teaching excellence in the classroom. Services, consultations, and workshops about difficult classroom or student interaction situations, international and multicultural teaching concerns, and innovative teaching technologies are some of the resources available through CTL.
    http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn
  • Center for Writing
    Student Writing Support provides free writing instruction for all University of Minnesota students -- graduate and undergraduate -- at all stages of the writing process. In collaborative consultations appointments we help students develop productive writing habits and revision strategies.
    http://writing.umn.edu/
  • Computer Accommodation Program
    A program to assist University of Minnesota students, staff and faculty with disabilities in accessing computers and information with adaptive technology.
    http://cap.umn.edu
  • Curriculum Transformation and Disability
    Implementing Universal Design in Higher Education
    http://www.cehd.umn.edu/CRDEUL/books-ctad.html
  • Employee Assistance Programs
    The Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) provide cost-free professional consultation and referral services for University employees and faculty who are experiencing work and personal-related difficulties. Partners and immediate family members are also eligible for EAP services.
    http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/eap
  • English Composition Department
    Offers graduate level courses geared towards non-native English speakers that focus on writing and presentation skills.
    http://composition.cla.umn.edu
  • Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
    To consult about and/or report possible discrimination or systemic barriers to equal access.
    http://www.eoaffact.umn.edu
  • The Minnesota English Language Program (MELP)
    Taught by exceptional faculty from a world-class university, MELP offers a variety of credit and noncredit courses for students and professionals.
    http://cce.umn.edu/Minnesota-English-Language-Program/index.html
  • Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence
    Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE) develops culturally sensitive, practical and supportive relationships with its diverse students and provides personal and cultural academic programs in an effort to help facilitate their maximal academic and career development.
    https://diversity.umn.edu/multicultural/
  • Student Writing Support
    Student Writing Support provides free writing instruction for all University of Minnesota students—graduate and undergraduate—at all stages of the writing process.
    http://writing.umn.edu/sws/index.html
  • Student Conflict Resolution Center
    A University of Minnesota service that assists students with campus-based concerns; the majority of which are grading and instructional complaints. In addition the office is also a resource to faculty and staff to develop proactive strategies to reduce problems in these areas.
    http://www.sos.umn.edu/
  • Student Parent HELP Center
    Academic and family support program for undergraduate students who have children including: child care assistance grants, academic scholarships, weekly Parent Support Group, a center with lounge, computers and study area; a lactation room, One Stop resource and referral program and a team of trained academic and social work professionals.
    http://www.sphc.umn.edu/
  • Student Technology Peer Tutoring
    Student technology peer tutors are available to provide one-on-one assistance to help students develop technical skills they might need to complete a course assignment.
    http://www.oit.umn.edu/training/peer-tutoring/

Twin Cities Campus: