On-Grounds Resources

UVA LGBTQ Resources

The LGBTQ Student Center provides resources relevant to the greater UVA community on Grounds.

Single Stall & Gender-Neutral Bathrooms

For a map of single stall and gender-neutral bathrooms, visit our Bathrooms Map.

On-Grounds Housing Accommodations

Many medical students choose to live in a private residence off-grounds. Students who would like to live on-grounds have access to Open Housing, which is inclusive of all gender identities/expressions and sexual orientations. If you have further questions about on-grounds housing, you can email housingassignments@virginia.edu.

HELPLine: 295-TALK

HELP Line is an anonymous, confidential telephone service serving the residents of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and the University of Virginia. They are a student-run, student-operated program, staffed entirely of volunteers.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Groups

The U.Va. Department of Student Health Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a full-service outpatient clinic. Their mission is to be responsive to the counseling and psychiatric needs of UVA students while also providing crisis management, consultation, and psycho-educational outreach services to the broader UVA community.

Women’s Center Counseling Services

Since 1990, the Women’s Center has offered individual, couples, and group counseling services to University of Virginia students, faculty, and staff, as well as to members of the Charlottesville community. Counseling is offered for all genders, as well as couples. The Women’s Center offers free and confidential support groups for UVa students, faculty, staff and Charlottesville community members. For more information and participation, call 434-982-2252.

University Career Services

University Career Services (UCS) provides guidance and resources to a diverse student body for the attainment of students’ career-related goals.

Bias Incident Reporting

Just Report It is the University’s online system for reporting:

  • Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence
  • Bias and Discrimination/Harassment
  • Hazing
  • Clery Act Compliance (by CSAs)
  • Interference with Speech Rights
  • Youth Protection
  • Preventing & Addressing Threats or Acts of Violence