We are fortunate to work closely with the ASU Administration. Below you'll find contact information for some of our on-campus partners.
ASU Victim Services:
480-965-0107 email@example.com eoss.asu.edu/counseling/services/victim-services
The Arizona State University Victim Advocate ensures crime victims on any ASU campus, witnesses and family members receive free, confidential support. You do not need to file a police report or be a patient of Health or Counseling Services to meet with ASU Victim Advocates.
The ASU Counseling Center offers same-day in-person consultations at all four ASU campuses, telehealth appointments, and after-hours support including ASU's Dedicated Crisis Line through EMPACT, allowing students to immediately to a counselor by calling 480-921-1006.
Dean of Students - Student Advocacy and Assistance:
480-965-6547 firstname.lastname@example.org https://eoss.asu.edu/dos/student-advocacy-and-assistance
The Office of the Dean of Students is dedicated to being a resource to students through support, advocacy, involvement, and accountability.
Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services:
480-965-1234 Student.Accesibility@asu.edu eoss.asu.edu/accessibility
ASU Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services is the central campus resource for students with disabilities to ensure access to their education and help increase awareness in the university community. ASY Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services work to create a culture of access and inclusion through collaboration with faculty, campus partners, and the use of universal design principles.
Tuition and Aid:
1-855-278-5080 email via My ASU Help Tab tuition.asu.edu/
The office of tuition and aid (financial services) is available to answer questions and address concerns regarding your student's financial aid.
480-965-3349 (Between 9-5) 480-965-3349. Students can schedule appointments through asuportal.pointnclick.com/login_dualauthentication.aspx eoss.asu.edu/health
ASU Health Services is dedicated to the well-being and educational success of each individual student by providing high-quality health care that is accessible, affordable, and compassionate.
Out @ ASU promotes a campus that is open, safe, and supportive by providing educational opportunities and advocacy programs that empower students of all gender identities and sexual orientations, and their allies, to thrive in an inclusive and affirming academic and campus environment. On the Out @ ASU webpage, students can find crisis emergency lines.
Local Mental Health Resources
List of resources compiled by Hillel staff.
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