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Physical well-being is the result of lifestyle choices, including sleep, diet, physical activity, hygiene and relaxation. Physical well-being has many components and there are multiple ways to improve it.

On-Campus Resources

University Health Services

University Health Services provides medical care to undergraduate, graduate and professional students as well as public health leadership at The University of Texas at Austin.

UT Health Austin Walk-In Clinic

UT Health Austin’s Walk-In Clinic provides quick and convenient same-day or next-day care for a wide range of non-emergent illnesses and injuries.

University of Texas Police Department

The University of Texas at Austin Police Department (UTPD) is a state police agency that employs more than 100 sworn officers. It is a fully-functioning, accredited state police agency serving the UT community 24 hours a day. UTPD includes an investigative division, K-9 teams, bicycle teams and its own 911 dispatch center.

University of Texas at Austin Disability and Access

Disability and Access (D&A) ensures students with disabilities have equal access to their academic experiences at the University of Texas at Austin by determining eligibility and approving reasonable accommodations.

Center for Students in Recovery

The Center for Students in Recovery provides a supportive community where students in recovery and in hope of recovery can achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and other drugs.

Longhorn Wellness Center

The Longhorn Wellness Center works closely with University Health Services and the Counseling and Mental Health Center to provide an array of programs, such as Alcohol Education, Mental Health Workshops, programming ideas and resources for student organizations, and more.

UT Title IX Office

The UT Title IX Office protects UT community members who experience sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, interpersonal violence (including dating and domestic violence), stalking or discrimination on the basis of pregnancy.

Pregnant, Nursing, and/or Parenting Resources

Pregnant and parenting students, faculty, and staff are eligible to receive support and resources from the Title IX Office. Support and resources may include supportive measures, medically necessary periods of leave, and leaves of absence.

UT Recreational Sports

UT Recreational Sports promotes physical fitness, healthy habits, and balanced behaviors through an array of recreation facilities and programs. Programs offered include Intramural Sports, Fitness/Wellness, Outdoor Recreation, Sports Clubs, Instructional, and Informal Recreation.

UT Outpost

UT Outpost provides free Food Pantry and Career Closet for UT students.

MindBody Labs

MindBody Labs are self-paced environments to help students explore resources for improving their emotional and physical health.


TimelyCare is a virtual mental health and well-being platform for UT students, providing 24/7 access to virtual care. Services include counseling, psychiatry, yoga sessions and more.

Counseling and Mental Health Center

The Counseling and Mental Health Center provides free workshops and events for UT students, including Nutrition Workshops, “Coping Through Art,” “VAV Trauma Informed Yoga,” “How to Deal,” and more.

The Big Ticket

The Big Ticket is available for UT students to purchase single ticket to access ALL athletic home games for $200.

Off-Campus Resources

Central Texas Food Bank

The Central Texas Food Bank was established to help the hungry in the community.

Feeding America

The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks and food programs helps millions of people find food and groceries in their communities every year.

Austin Parks & Recreation

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department protects and maintains parkland and urban forest, preserve trails, and offer a variety of sports, recreation, educational enrichment, arts programs, cultural opportunities, nature and aquatic activities.