Health challenges happen, and life as a graduate student can get complicated. When faced with a health concern, it’s important to recognize the issue and get help. This includes taking care of your mental health. The staff and faculty at UT Health Northeast are here to help students achieve personal and educational goals. The Office of Academic Administration has provided the following resources to promote health and wellness.
Mental Health Promotion
UT Tyler Herrington Patriot Center
Exercise is proven to relieve stress. Students are welcome to utilize the fitness center at UT Tyler for an individual workout or group fitness class. For more information on membership benefits for UT Health Northeast students, contact the Office of Academic Administration by calling (903) 877-7560 or emailing email@example.com.
The Office of Academic Administration works to promote health and wellness within the student body through events, training, and activities. Get more information about upcoming events or make a suggestion for a future event by contacting the Office of Academic Administration at (903) 877-7560 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mental Health Care
Student Counseling Center
UT Health Northeast students can access the Student Counseling Center at UT Tyler. The UT Tyler Student Counseling Center promotes student success by facilitating services that encourage personal and academic growth as well as lifelong learning. The center serves students through personal counseling, crisis management and advocacy, and provides resources and consultative services to the campus community. All counseling is confidential.
- 24/7 Crisis Line: 903-566-7254
- To schedule an appointment call: 903-565-5746
- Address: 3900 University Blvd., Tyler, TX 7599
- 24/7 Crisis Line: 877-934-2131
- Office: 903-597-1351
- Address: 2323 West Front St., Tyler, TX 75702
Concerned About a Student or Co-Worker?
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) at UT Health Northeast provides proactive assistance to students, staff, faculty and the campus community by supporting anyone exhibiting concerning behaviors. Please complete the form to submit a concern.
On-Campus : UT Tyler & UT Health Northeast
Non Life-Threatening Emergency