Resources

Resources

Links to Northwestern Resources

Accessible NU

AccessibleNU--Northwestern & AccessibleNU work to provide students with disabilities and other conditions requiring accommodation a learning and community environment that affords them full participation, equal access, and reasonable accommodation.

Alcohol & Other Drug Resources (AOD)

Alcohol and Other Drug Resources—programs and training about alcohol safety, as well as support for students struggling with substance abuse.

Center for Awareness, Response, & Education (CARE)

Center for Awareness, Response, and Education (CARE)—CARE provides services for survivors of past or recent trauma, and friends of survivors, including confidential support and advocacy services, education programming, and referrals.

Office of Religious & Spiritual Life

Office of Religious & Spiritual Life—The primary mission of the Office of the University Chaplains is to promote spiritual growth and nurture at Northwestern University.

Counseling And Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling And Psychological ServicesCAPS serves as the primary mental health service at Northwestern University with offices on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses. CAPS provides a set of core services, including clinical services, educational workshops, and consultation with faculty, staff, and parents.

Dean of Students Office

Dean of Students office-The Dean of Students Office serves, supports, and empowers students and other members of the Northwestern community to promote student success.

Health Service

Health Service-Northwestern's resource for medical care and provide health education to ensure your academic and campus life is a healthy one.

NU Recreation

NU Recreation—fitness and wellness facilities and services

RespectNU

RespectNU—reporting service for Bias and Hate incidents.

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training—a training program to help community members recognize and assist suicidal individuals.