On-campus staff in the Division of Student Affairs is available to serve as a resource to any individual who has a sexual harassment inquiry or complaint and to provide information about how to personally respond or support a friend who may have been involved in an incident, accommodations for those involved, and applicable grievance procedures and definitions.
- Student Assistance Services
Student Assistance Services connects Texas A&M students with the appropriate guidance, resources and support to address a variety of personal and academic matters. It is a helpful beginning point of contact for information about a variety of topics.
- Student Counseling Service
Student Counseling Service provides a full range of professional counseling, psychiatric and training services.
- Student Health Service
- Student Health Services provides on-campus clinical services.
- Tell Somebody
- Tell Somebody is a private reporting mechanism for members of the Texas A&M University community to report behavior that is concerning. Reporting this information may be helpful in preventing tragic events and initiating assistance to an individual.
FACULTY AND STAFF
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential mental health counseling service available to faculty, staff and their benefits-eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place difficulties.
- Employee Assistance Program
Our services are limited to active employees and their benefits-eligible dependents and limited to concerns that can be addressed in an outpatient, short term counseling setting.
Formerly known as the Rape Crisis Center, Brazos Valley, the Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) has been providing free and confidential services to the Brazos Valley since 1983. The organization is dedicated to helping anyone affected by sexual violence.