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The University of Toledo provides a wide range of counseling, health and safety services to assist in making your child's experience at UT safe and secure.
Counseling Center services are for currently enrolled main campus undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
The Counseling Center is located in Rocket Hall, Room 1810. Phone 419-530-2426
UT Police for emergency situations: 419-530-2600
Services include screening for alcohol and substance abuse services, counseling services, individual counseling, couples counseling and group counseling.
Click here for Online Screenings for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, alcohol, eating disorders and post traumatic stress disorder.
For complete information of services or to make an appointment, please call 419-530-2426 or visit the Counseling Center web site.
Main Campus Medical Center
Students who are registered for at least one semester hour are eligible to utilize services at the Main Campus Medical Center.
MCMC is located on the southwest side of campus behind Law School and across from Academic House and International House.
The MCMC is open year-round.
Business hours of operation are: Monday - Friday: 8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Appointments: 8:15 - 11:00 and 1:00 - 4:00 (Monday - Friday)
Appointments/General Information - (419) 530-3451
Pharmacy - (419) 530-3471
UT Student Health Insurance - (419) 530-3474/3493
Administrative Offices - (419) 530-3479/3493
Services include: urgent care, gynecological, psychiatric, pharmacy, lab services, immunizations and allergy injection clinic, and HIV/AIDS/STD testing.
For complete information of services or to make an appointment, please call 419-530-3451 or visit the MCMC web site.
Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault
Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program is located in Rocket Hall 1810, 419-530-3431
Inan emergency call the police. The Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program advocate provides confidential support for survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence, including information on medical, legal and reporting options. SAEPP also provides prevention programming for students, faculty and staff.
Student Health Insurance
The University of Toledo has a mandatory health insurance policy that indicates that domestic students registered for six or more on campus hours and International students registered for one hour must maintain health insurance. Students who are covered by another insurance plan may opt to waive UT's plan.
Student Health Plan Pamphlet
To support the health and academic success of our student body, a mandatory health insurance requirement exists for all students registered for six or more on-campus credit hours per term or, for international and medical students, one or more on-campus credit hours per term.
If you do not already have qualified health insurance, you can choose from one of two Student Health Insurance plans. Administered by Medical Mutual, both plans provide health care coverage on or off campus and special cost-saving features to keep coverage as affordable as possible. An informational brochure is available by request; call 419.530.3474. Or Click here for printable PDF the Student Health Plan Pamphlet.
Student Recreation Center
The Office of Recreation provides engaging, student-centered recreational and health promotion programs and services to enhance the well being of The University of Toledo community.
The Rec Center has a main pool, dive tank, leisure pool, spa, sauna, sand volleyball courts, game rooms, indoor track, multi-sport courts, auxiliary gym, racquetball courts, cycling room, aerobic room, Wellness Center, cardiovascular machines, resistance machines, free weight room and climbing wall.
UT Medical Center
The University of Toledo Medical Center is the area's only academic medical center providing high level of expertise and resources to handle the most complex cases, and access to the latest and safest medical advances. Specialty care includes cardiology, neurology, orthopedic, cancer, surgery and transplantation. UTMC also has a Level One trauma center, offering emergency health and trauma services 24-hours a day.
UT Police offices are located on Main Campus, Transportation Center 1302. Phone 419-530-2600
University Police Services include:
The University Police Communications Center has a staff of 7 – a supervisor, 4 full time dispatchers, and 2 part time dispatchers. The office is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Located in the Police Department's offices within the Transportation Center, it is the hub of all manner of communications pertaining to the police department, including radios, pagers, and cell phones.
The UT Police provides 24-hour patrols of all University residence halls, academic buildings, on-campus Greek housing, grounds, and parking lots by foot, mountain bike and vehicle.
UT Police has two full-time detectives. They are responsible for the investigation of more serious crimes on campus, including crimes against persons and crimes against property.
Lost and Found
The Police Communications Center serves as a repository of campus-wide lost and found items. Depending on the type of item, the property may be held from one day to 3 months, before being disposed of.
Night Watch (Escort Service)
The service is accessible from the Student Union, Carlson Library, the Horton International House, and Nitschke Hall. To request an escort, students should call 419-530-3024. An escort will be sent to their location and accompany them to any parking lot or campus building.
The campus crime alert is designed to give students, faculty, and staff timely notification of a crime that constitutes a danger to the University of Toledo community. Such information is a valuable tool in heightening safety awareness and obtaining information which may lead to an arrest and conviction of the perpetrator.
UT Closings and Emergency Announcements
University closings, weather emergencies, canceled classes and emergency announcements are posted as needed on the myUT website.
For more information on UT Police services, visit the UT Police website.