Safety On Campus
UT Austin has many great on-campus resources between the UT Police Department, Student Government, campus safety initiatives and other departments and organizations. You can explore many of these resources and tools all in one place.
BCAL is now BCCAL to answer your questions about COVID-19. Trained staff help callers explore available options and provide guidance and resource referrals to address behavior concerns and answer COVID-19 questions. Call 512-232-5050 or share your concerns using either the behavior concerns or
Late night study session? Get a ride from campus to your home for free.
Students are automatically signed up for emergency text alerts, but it's important to verify and update your contact information. These alerts include monthly tests, severe weather warnings and crime alerts.
If you are a victim of sexual misconduct, discrimination, harassment or a related offense, you can report it to the Title IX office. They can provide resources and help you determine your next steps.
Important Phone Numbers
University Police & Fire Emergency
Non-Emergency University Police
Call (512) 471-4441 (dial extension 9 if calling from a university phone)
24-Hour Hotline: Call 512-471-3511
University Health Services (UT Students Only)
24-Hour Nurse Advice Line: Call 512-475-6877 (NURS)
Behavior Concerns and COVID-19 Advice Line (BCCAL)
24-Hour Hotline: Call 512-232-5050
SAFE Alliance (for survivors of rape, domestic violence, and sexual abuse)
24-Hour Hotline: Call 512-267-7233 (SAFE)
Facilities Services Emergency