Health Resources

To help ensure Texas A&M University students have access to the multitude of health resources available on the Texas A&M University campus and within the Bryan/College Station community, please find a brief overview of additional health resources below.

Counseling & Psychological Services (

  • Overview: CAPS provides counseling and psychological services for TAMU students. Services include: addiction assessment and resource counseling, career counseling, couples counseling, crisis intervention, group counseling, learning disability and ADD/ADHD screenings, personal counseling, psychiatric services, psychoeducational workshops and more.
  • Contact Us: (979) 845-4427
  • Make an appointment to speak with a counselor here:
  • Need support, crisis intervention, or concerned about someone after regular business hours? Contact HelpLine at (979) 845-2700.
  • Learn to break the cycle of negative thoughts and emotions that contribute to stress, anxiety and depression by downloading Sanvello, a mental health and wellness mobile app. Use your TAMU email to get free access to the premium version. Download the Sanvello app at

Disability Resources (

  • Overview: Disability Resources offers accommodations coordination, evaluation referrals, disability-related information, assistive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services, and more.
  • Contact Us: (979) 845-1637
  • Learn more about requesting accommodations here:
  • Need to utilize the testing center to administer your exam due to a disability? Learn more here:

Health Promotion (

  • Overview: Health Promotion offers education, outreach, and collaboration initiatives related to fitness and nutrition, alcohol and/or other drugs, stress relief, time management, sexual health, and interpersonal violence prevention.
  • Contact Us: (979) 845-0280
  • Request a presentation here:
  • Passionate about health and wellness? Get involved with Health Promotion:

Recreational Sports (

  • Overview: Recreational Sports is the on-campus recreational center for TAMU students. Services include: aquatics, certification courses, drop-in recreation, group fitness and classes, intramural sports, outdoor adventures, sports clubs, strength and conditioning, and more.
  • Contact Us: (979) 845-7826
  • Learn more about personal training sessions here:
  • Interested in finding a job on-campus? Learn more here:

Student Assistance Services (

  • Overview: SAS provides students with guidance, resources, and support to address a variety of personal and academic matters. Common issues SAS provides support regarding: referrals/resource connections, concerning behavior follow-up, student welfare checks, student absence notification, Silver Taps/student death, assistance in coordinating family needs, and more.
  • Contact Us: (979) 845-3113
  • Learn more about student support here:

12th Can (

  • Overview: the 12th Can is a food pantry that serves all students, faculty, and staff in need of assistance
  • Contact Us: (979) 862-4279
  • Learn more about using the food pantry:

Tell Somebody (

  • Overview: Tell Somebody allows individuals to report concerning behavior. Tell Somebody should not be used to report emergencies.
  • Access the online reporting form here:
  • University Police Department: (979) 845-2345
  • Campus EMS: (979) 845-1525
  • Chemical/Radiological Spills: (979) 862-1111
  • Off-Campus Police Services:
    • College Station: (979) 764-3600
    • Bryan: (979) 209-5300
    • Brazos County Sheriff: (979) 361-4900
    • Department of Public Safety (State Troopers): (979) 776-3101
  • Off-Campus Fire Services:
    • College Station: (979) 764-3700
    • Bryan (979) 209-5960
    • Brazos County (Rural): (979) 361-3888
  • Off-Campus Medical Services/Hospitals:
    • CHI St. Joseph Regional Hospital: (979) 776-3777
    • College Station Medical Center: (979) 764-5100
    • Baylor Scott & White Hospital: (979) 207-0100
    • The Physicians Center Hospital: (979) 731-3100
    • CapRock Hospital: (979) 314-2323