The Graduate College will be closed from 5 p.m. Friday, December 21, until 8 a.m. Wednesday, January 2.
If you need assistance with an urgent matter during that time, please contact the Student Assistance Center at (217) 333-0050.
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Coping with Anxiety and Stress
The Counseling Center provides services to help students address many academic, relational, social, and emotional concerns. Staff members are trained and prepared to help you through whatever issues you may need assistance with, whether it be mental health issues like depression and anxiety, or academic issues such as time management and studying skills, or adjustment issues such as transition to college, work-life balance, or homesickness. If you feel that it's time to talk to someone, contact the Counseling Center to make an appointment.
The Counseling Center is partnering with International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) to host a drop-in space for those in our community who are dealing with anxiety and stress as a result of uncertainty around recent proposed changes to immigration policy. For details and to see resources for how to manage stress, visit the Counseling Center's blog.
Campus Resources to Address Acts of Bias and Discrimination
The university has campus policies in place to ensure the physical safety of everyone in the community. The university works with campus and local public safety officials to ensure people may gather safely and express their views. There are campus resources to address incidences of bias and discrimination.
- Violence or threats of violence should be reported to the University of Illinois Police Department at 217-333-1216.
- Acts of intolerance should be reported to the Office of the Dean of Students at 217-333-0050, firstname.lastname@example.org, go.illinois.edu/intolerance (for anonymous reporting), or the Office of Diversity, Equity and Access at 217-333-0885.
If you are experiencing a health or safety emergency for which you need immediate medical or police attention, call 911.
For mental health emergencies call the 24-hour Crisis Line at (217) 359-4141.
University Police TTY/TDD number: 244-7209
University Police non-emergency number: 333-8911
Division of Public Safety: 333-1216
In the event of a campus emergency, Illini-Alert sends email and text messages, posts to Facebook and Twitter and triggers the Emergency Web Alert System for University websites.
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Have a records or degree certification question?
Contact our Academic Services unit at gradAcServ@illinois.edu.
Have a fellowship or assistantship question?
Contact our Fellowship Office at GradFellowships@illinois.edu.
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