Health and Wellness Services

The following areas within the Division of the Dean of Undergraduates provide student health and wellbeing services and resources for Rice students:

Student Health Services (SHS)

Rice Student Health Services provides preventative and outpatient clinical care for the students of Rice. Student Health is located on campus and is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of undergraduate and graduate students, with an emphasis on prevention. To learn more visit:

Rice Counseling Center (RCC)

The Rice Counseling Center is designed to complement the University’s academic mission by assisting students’ personal and educational development through a variety of psychological and psychiatric services to help students develop effective problem-solving and decision-making capabilities. Services provided at the Rice University Counseling Center include consultation and counseling for students, consultation for concerned parents and others, and crisis response. To learn more visit:

Student Wellbeing

The Wellbeing Center supports student development and success by providing a good first point of contact for students who want to talk to someone about solutions to their wellbeing and mental health concerns. To learn more visit:

SAFE Office Interpersonal Misconduct Prevention and Support

The SAFE Office offers care management and navigation to students who are reporting an incident of interpersonal violence perpetrated against them and to students who have been accused of perpetrating interpersonal violence. The SAFE Office also provides prevention education to the Rice community on sexual and domestic violence, sexual harassment, stalking and Title IX and Clery Act requirements. To learn more visit:

Student Judicial Programs (SJP)

Student Judicial Programs articulates and enforces the expectations of Rice University for the wellbeing of the community. To learn more visit: