Graduate Student Hub

Tools and communities for your grad school journey.

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Supportive Communities for Grad Students

Community and belonging play a big role in your emotional and academic wellbeing. Researchers have found that that's especially true for graduate students. Give and get support with other grad students in these grad groups or explore the other supportive communities available at CAPS.

Campus Connections: Supportive Communities

As-Needed Counseling & Other One-on-One Support

Get support when needed, as needed with CAPS Counseling & Consultation visits. Talk, learn, and collaborate with a counselor in creating a personal action plan. Appointments open for scheduling 8 days in advance, so you can get help when you need it.

Campus Connections: Counseling & Evaluation Support

  • The UArizona Psychology Department offers individual, couples, and counseling, psychological assessments, sleep and insomnia services, and more. It's a great low cost, on-campus option.

  • The ABLE Clinic at the UArizona SALT Center offers evaluation for ADHD and more.

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Resource & Referral Support

When the best plan is outside of CAPS, we'll help you get connected. Our expert care coordinator team can help connect you with off-campus partners who offer extended hours, long-term support, and desired specialties.

Campus Connections: Campus and Community Resources

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Tips & Support at Your Fingertips

CAPS offers a variety of on-demand tools and resources to help you support your mental health and wellbeing every day. Here are a few great places to start: 

Mental Health Topics for Grad Students

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Tips for Feeling Good in Grad School

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Quick Tips & Tools for Anxiety

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Sleeping Tips Backed by Science

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Quick Tips & Tools for Happier Living

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Quick Tips for Calming Your Body and Mind

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Quick Tips & Tools for Depression

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