These resources include logistical information about traditional academic concerns, such as Graduate School regulations, forms, and general degree requirements, but they also include information about issues that affect the quality of life of graduate students, such as parking and transportation, health insurance, and resources for wellbeing and professional development (including teaching and other opportunities).

The Center for Student Wellbeing is a central part of Vanderbilt’s Student Care Network – the holistic network of resources and support services available to all students in support of their health and wellness. Support services and programs are available to students, faculty and staff.

Center for Student Wellbeing

School of Medicine Student Wellness Program

For distress intervention involving the imminent threat of harm or a life endangering situation, please refer to the following resources:

Vanderbilt University Police Department (VUPD)

Call (615) 421-1911 or 911 for emergencies and (615) 322-2745 for non-emergencies.

For distress intervention involving an urgent situation without the imminent threat of harm, please refer to the following resources:

University Counseling Center

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Student Resources

Faculty/Staff Resources