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Student Support Services

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Emergency Services 

UT Police at Houston 
If you have an emergency or need to report an imminent threat requiring police response, dial 911.
For non-emergency calls, contact 713-792-2890
Request a courtesy escort to your vehicle by calling 713-792-2890

Download the latest Security and Fire Safety Report (Clery Report) from the University of Texas Police at Houston here.


Student Counseling Services
Emergency Crisis Line: 713-500-4688 (IMUT). Available 24 hours a day

  • Confidential counseling and mental health care
  • Covered by student services fee


Non-Emergency Services

How to report an incident

Resource Purpose Hours Contacts Anonymous (Yes/No) 
Institutional Compliance Compliance Offices To report institutional compliance issues. 8am-5pm

UTHealth
1-833-222-0056 for English; 1-800-216-1288 for Spanish
reports@lighthouse-services.com

MD Anderson
1-800-789-4448
sbrownlo@mdanderson.org

Optional
Human Resources UTHealth HR and MD Anderson HR To speak with staff about work related issues, including discrimination/harassment, work environment issues. 8am-5pm

UTHealth
hr@uth.tmc.edu

MD Anderson
myhr@mdanderson.org

No
GSBS Incident Reporting System Lighthouse To report an act of discrimination or harassment. 24 hours GSBS Incident Reporting system Yes
Talk2GSBS GSBS Deans' Office To report to GSBS any issues or problems. 8am-5pm talk2gsbs@uth.tmc.edu No

How To Report Sexual Misconduct

HOURS PHONE ONLINE IN PERSON
Title IX Office 8am-5pm

UTHealth
713-500-CALL
(713-500-2255)

MD Anderson
713-745-6174

UTHealth

CALL@uth.tmc.edu
Complaint form

MD Anderson
Sheri Wakefield, sbrownlo@mdanderson.org
MD Anderson Title IX Referral Form

UTHealth
7000 Fannin St.
UCT Suite 150
Houston, TX 77030

MD Anderson
Mid-Campus Building 1 (1MC6.3216)
7007 Bertner Avenue
Houston, TX 77054-3403

Compliance Hotline 24 hours

UTHealth
English:
1-833-222-0056
Spanish:
1-800-216-1288
(anonymous option available)

MD Anderson
1-800-789-4448

UTHealth

Web report (anonymous option available)
compliance@uth.tmc.edu

MD Anderson
Sheri Wakefield, sbrownlo@mdanderson.org

UTHealth
7000 Fannin St.
UCT Suite 150
Houston, TX 77030

MD Anderson
Mid-Campus Building 1 (1MC6.3216)
7007 Bertner Avenue
Houston, TX 77054-3403

The University of Texas Police - Houston 24 hours

713-792-STOP
(713-792-7867)

UT Police

7777 Knight Road
Houston, TX 77054

Institutional counseling services and employee resources

Resource Purpose Hours Contacts Anonymous (Yes/No)
Employee Assistance Program Employee Assistance

Counseling – assessment and referral
Legal and financial resources
WorkLife services

8am-5pm

UTHealth
713-500-3327 or 800-346-3549

MD Anderson
713-745-6901

Yes
Ombuds Ombuds Office To discuss issues of concern, including interpersonal conflict or misunderstandings and academic or administrative concerns. 8am-5pm

UTHealth
Office Direct:713-500-3457
Confidential Mobile:713-705-5005
ombuds@uth.tmc.edu
*Please do not send confidential information via email.

MD Anderson
Direct: 713-792-4896 or 866-610-7841
ombuds@mdanderson.org

Yes
Student counseling services Student counseling  If you are experiencing problems such as homesickness, school-related stress, trouble regulating sleeping or eating habits, conflicts with peers or family, or more severe mental health issues, many students find they benefit from a visit to the Student Counseling Center. 8am-5pm

UTHealth
713-500-5171

MD Anderson
713-745-6901

Yes

The GSBS requires that all GSBS students report any information they receive regarding incidents of sexual misconduct to one of the Title IX offices listed above. *   

These employees are also required to report the incident to the Title IX offices, but they are considered confidential employees and they do not have to report names of individuals, only the type of incidence.  Please seek out these offices for help and guidance if you wish to keep information confidential or are unsure whether to do so. Their contact information is listed above.
 

* Please note that reporting may also be required by law.

If you would like to report an act of discrimination or harassment at your parent institution, please contact: