We are committed to helping all Jayhawks get the support they need. Whatever your situation may be, there are resources on campus and in the community to support you.
If you or someone is at imminent risk of harm to self or others, please contact KU Public Safety or dial 911 for police, fire, or medical emergency response.
The following offices serve as formal notice to the university and legally require follow up with all those involved. It is appropriate to submit almost any incident to the Office of Civil Rights & Title IX as they can investigate a situation plus help you get the support you need from other campus resources.
Concerned about a student?
If you are a student, staff, faculty, or family member who has concerns about a specific student’s behaviors and/or well-being and do not know where to turn, Student Affairs Student Care Referral Team strives to develop, facilitate, and coordinate a university-wide program of care and support for students.
The Ombuds Office is a confidential, impartial, informal, and independent office on campus where members of the campus community can discuss issues they may be facing as a student, staff, or faculty member.
People who care and can help
- Academic Retention and Engagement Center
- Accessibile KU
- Applied English Center
- Campus Cupboard
- Care Coordinator
- Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity
- Emergency Aid Network
- Employee Relations
- Health Education Resource Office (HERO)
- International Support Services
- Legal Services for Students
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center
- Student Access Center