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Campus and Community Resources

Dean of Students

Stop by the DOS office or call at any time to speak to someone about your interests, concerns, or questions. We also provide support for other student issues, including illness, death in the family, financial difficulties, academic trouble, and personal emergencies. Our main office is located on the 3rd floor of the UC, room 399. You can reach us via phone at 423-425-4761. For a full list of staff members and their areas of responsibility to help you, please visit our Staff Directory page. 

Center for Women and Gender Equity

For confidential help contact the Center for Women and Gender Equity and ask for a victim advocate at 423-425-5605 or  advocates are available 24/7 by contacting the UTC Police Department (423-425-4357) and asking to speak with the advocate on call.

Student Outreach and Support - SOS

SOS offers support to students experiencing challenges in their personal and/or academic lives. The Case Manager or Office of the Dean of Students staff member works to connect students to both on- and off-campus resources that meet their specific needs; to provide advocacy and help in working with professors and navigating campus procedures; and encourages the development of student coping skills, resiliency, and self-advocacy.  

If this is not an emergency and you would like to refer a student to our services, please submit a Student of Concern Referral Form.

Office:  University Center 310

Hours:  Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

Phone:  423-425-4301

Email:  [email protected]

Appointments: Call the number listed above.

Alcohol & Other Drug Education

Alcohol and Other Drug Education is dedicated to providing students, staff, faculty, and parents information related to alcohol and drug issues and the college population. There are many misconceptions, myths, and misunderstandings related to substance use. Staying informed means staying safe, healthy, and successful.

For more information about this prevention and awareness program, email [email protected] or call 423-425-4438.

Multicultural Affairs

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is committed to enhancing the academic, social, personal, and professional development of all students through programming, support and activities. Valuing diversity is an integral part of the college experience and the office works in partnership with faculty and staff to create an environment that promotes diversity, pluralism and inclusion.

Visit the Multicultural Center to learn more about this office.

Room 352, University Center

Tel: 423-425-5648

Email: [email protected]

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Choices

All of our services are free and confidential and are available to anyone regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

Services include:

  • Lab-grade pregnancy testing
  • Ultrasounds*
  • Accurate information on all options
  • Medical consultations*
  • Support for men
  • STD/STI information and education
  • First time parenting program 
  • After abortion counseling and support
  • Referrals
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A Step Ahead

We provide long-term, reversible birth control to any woman living in Hamilton County who wants it. For free.

A Step Ahead Foundation Chattanooga empowers a woman to take control of her future. We make sure she can get the most effective methods of birth control when she is ready. 

Read more about the five methods we cover.

A Step Ahead works with UTC University Health Services. 

For more information, see a SHS provider or link to A Step Ahead.

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Hamilton County Health Department

  • HCHD clinic conducts sexual/relationship educational programming and awareness. 
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's), can cause serious health problems.
  • Partner notification and treatment services as needed.
  • Anyone suspects they have a sexually transmitted disease should get help immediately.
  • Contact HCHD
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Chattanooga Cares

Chattanooga Primary CARE Center offers a full range of services for individuals living with HIV. These services include: primary and infectious disease care, nutritional counseling, mental health counseling, laboratory services, and health maintenance for preventative care.

SERVICES:
  • Complete Physicals + Exams
  • Pap Smear + Cervical Cancer Screening
  • Health Care Education
  • Immunization + Vaccinations
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Referrals + Consultations
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Adherence Counseling
  • Peer Navigation
  • Support Groups
  • Contact Chattanooga Cares
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Campus Health Resources

University Health Services

SHS is located in Room 205, Maclellan Gymnasium, in the center of campus. The entrance to SHS is directly across from the University Center. 

Make an appointment

423-425-2266

Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Friday

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Thursday

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Counseling & Personal Development Center

423-425-4438

University Center Room 338

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Monday - Friday

New clients: Please come in from 9-3:30 on Mon-Fri to meet with a counselor.  

Current Clients:Please call to make an appointment or reschedule your appointment.

Disability Resource Center

The DRC provides leadership for creating a proactive culture of disability awareness on our campus.  It facilitates in the removal of barriers and helps in the creation of an accessible environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to our campus.  The DRC also provides educational opportunities on campus and in the community. 

For More Information:

423-425-4006

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