Counseling Services: 901.678.2068 | Police Services: 901.678.4357 or 911 | Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1.800.273.8255 | Health Center: 901.678.2287
The Counseling Center at the University of Memphis is a comprehensive agency providing personal/psychological counseling, career counseling and psychological/vocational testing for students. All of the staff members at the Counseling Center at The University of Memphis strive to enhance the development of the total person, contribute to the educational mission of the University through counseling, service to the campus and community, and services that seek to assist in the retention of students. To find out more information on the resources available, explore their website.
Our major emphasis is on maintaining, restoring and/or improving the physical and emotional health and well being of students. Student Health Center is an accessible, cost effective health care facility that emphasizes campus wide health promotion, disease prevention, and acute episodic outpatient medical care. Individualized attention, courtesy and patient confidentiality to all is of primary importance. Take a look at available services online.
Disability Resources for Students is a part of Student Academic Success, whose motto is: Students Learning through Engagement and Involvement. The University of Memphis is committed to providing equal opportunity and challenge to all academically qualified students with disabilities and is compliant with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. About 800 to 900 students a year register with DRS. Click the link below to learn more about their services.
Welcome University of Memphis parents and families! This page is designed for the parents and families of current and future students. We hope that you will find all the information you need to help you help your student during their time at the University of Memphis. Learn more online.
The Office of Student Accountability at the University of Memphis advocates for student rights and promotes academic and personal success. Their mission is to maintain an environment which is conducive to academic success; promote a safe and secure campus by protecting the rights of all members of the University of Memphis community; encourage students to assume self and social responsibility; provide opportunities for individual growth and development; enhance student decision making and conflict resolution skills; and advance the development of student ethical values. Learn more online.
The Department of Campus Recreation's mission is to promote health, wellness and fitness by providing quality, inclusive programming and facilities for the University of Memphis students and community. The Rec Center features expanded cardio and weight training areas, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, four fitness studios, Tiger Food Lab teaching kitchen, and more. Members have access to free group fitness classes and reduced rates for services, such as personal training and massage therapy. Check out more online.
University of Memphis police officers are responsible for providing all police/law enforcement services to the University community. Our mission is to keep the University of Memphis as a safe place to learn, live and work. Since 1990, University of Memphis police officers have been state-certified by the Tennessee Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (POST). Learn more by going to their website.
University of Memphis works hard to ensure that each students needs are met. There are emergency resources available for students that are looking for extra assistance during difficult times. Go online to find out more about the emergency resources available.
University of Memphis understands that a busy post-traditional student who is typically working, parenting, and possibly caregiving for parents and other family/community members has a lot to balance on top of their schoolwork. That is why the UofM offers services and programs just for post-traditional students including adult and parenting students. Check out some of the programs online.
Religious Life is on campus to make sure that students have the opportunity to worship, pray, serve others, find fellowship, and express themselves spiritually. Each religious organization has a weekly worship experience. To learn more, visit their website.
The University of Memphis is committed to responding appropriately to concerns and complaints. There are forms available for students, faculty, staff, and community members that cover complaints of Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Academic Student Misconduct, Hazing, non-academic Student Misconduct , and Students of Concern. Please use this site to inform the appropriate department of the issue, find University resources, and connect local crisis resources.
The University of Memphis regularly monitors the care, welfare and safety of all of our students, faculty, and staff. BIT's experienced team members address student behavioral concerns that are not living up to the University’s mission of providing a non-threatening environment where everyone feels safe and secure. BIT addresses critical student behavioral or mental health concerns through review of situations/incidents, information gathering and sharing, and providing recommendations to ensure the safety and educational success of the student.