For Issues of Behavioral Concern or Crisis
We encourage you to consider downloading the SafeUT Smartphone App. It’s a statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention through live chat and confidential tip program. To learn more, go to https://healthcare.utah.edu/uni/safe-ut/.
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE (24/7)
UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER CRISIS SERVICES
Crisis services available Mon, Thurs, Fri 8 AM to 5 PM; Tues, Wed 8 AM to 6 PM
Call 801-581-6826 or go to SSB 426
CAMPUS POLICE (U OF U DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY)
If you're experiencing or witnessing an emergency, call 911. Police or security response is also available by calling the main dispatch number, 801-585-COPS (2677). Police officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Free, confidential support for students who have experienced interpersonal violence,
including domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and rape, sexual harassment,
LEARN MORE OR MAKE APPOINTMENT
REPORT STUDENT OF CONCERN OR BEHAVIORAL MISCONDUCT
BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION TEAM (BIT)
Provides information about BIT, guidance for when to make a report, their process once a report is submitted, and additional resources.
OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS TOOLS FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
REPORT A BIAS INCIDENT (OFFICE FOR INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE)
The Office for Inclusive Excellence utilizes bias incident reports to assess campus climate, inform campus educational efforts, and to provide support for those affected by a bias incident.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS AND SUPPORT
Provides accurate and comprehensive information regarding the reporting process and available resources for students, faculty and staff.
You are a mandatory Title IX reporter if you are employed by the university and are not part of the small group of specified confidential communicators. This means that you are required by law to report incidents of sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence disclosed by a student.
SUBMIT A TITLE IX REPORT
Free, confidential support for students who have experienced interpersonal violence, including domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and rape, sexual harassment, stalking, etc.