Immediate Help

If you need immediate assistance, call RUPD/REMS at 713-348-6000 (24/7).
If you need to talk to someone, call 713-348-3311 (24/7).

If you need help from the Office of Information Technology Help Desk, please go here; or call (713)-348-4357 or email For more information please visit

Medical Assistance
The fastest way to access medical assistance is to call 9-1-1.

To make an appointment with the Student Health Center, please call (713) 348-4966 or email HLSV@RICE.EDU. For more information, visit

If you are concerned for your immediate safety, please contact Rice University Police Department at (713) 348-6000; If you are on campus, dial x6000 or visit

If you experience discrimination or sexual misconduct, please submit a report at:

If you experience sexual misconduct, and need immediate supportive measures, please contact the University’s Title IX Coordinator at

Report Misconduct

To report bias, discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct, please go here:

To report fraud and other forms misconduct using our anonymous reporting system EthicsPoint, please call 1-866-294-4633 (toll free), or visit online at (please note that the link will redirect to a secure EthicsPoint site).

Support Services

If you are a student in need of general support services, please contact the Student Wellbeing Office please call at (713) 348-3311 or email: For more information, please visit:

If you are a student in need of confidential counseling services, please call the Rice Counseling Center at (713) 348-3311 (24 hours) to schedule an appointment. For more information, please visit

If you are an employee needing of confidential support services, please consult with the Employee Assistance Program at (713) 500-3327 or toll-free at (800) 346-3549 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Alternatively, you may access Rice’s EAP online portal (Username: owls; Password: owls) to take advantage of helpful resources.


Discrimination, Harassment and Title IX
Rice University is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. Accordingly, Rice University does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national or ethnic origin, genetic information, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, or other protected categories under the law, in its admissions policies, educational programs, or employment of faculty or staff. Anyone with questions and/or complaints regarding discrimination or sexual misconduct (such as sexual harassment) under Title IX may contact the Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator at:

Dr. Richard Anthony Baker
Office of Access, Equity and Equal Opportunity
6100 Main Street MS 130
Houston, TX 77005

To consult a matter related to you undergraduate experience, please call the Dean of Undergraduates at 713-348-4996 or send an email at For more information visit

To consult a matter related to you graduate experience, please contact the Dean of Graduates at 713-348-4002 or email the Dean at For more information of this office please visit

To consult a matter related to your experience at Rice as an international student, please contact the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at or call 713-348-6095. For more information regarding OISS please visit

Inclusion and Belonging

If you want to discuss issues related to identity, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging on campus, please consult the following offices:

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Office of Access, Equity and Equal Opportunity


If you are geographically lost on campus and in need of a map of Rice, please go here: