Personal Well-being

Counseling Center – Appointments & Inquiries

Promotes the personal well-being of undergraduate students through comprehensive mental health services with experienced professionals from the fields of mental health counseling, psychology, social work, and psychiatry.

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: 5513 Merrick Drive
Phone and 24/7 Hotline: 305-284-5511 

Office of Prestigious Awards & Enhancement (OAE)

Provides undergraduates with a range of services to maximize their candidacy for nationally competitive awards, fellowships, and scholarships.
Location: Pentland House, Suite 130
Phone: 305-284-3187

 

Ombudsperson

Provides informal conflict resolution, mediation services, and advocacy for fair treatment and fair process. Services are confidential.
Location: Ashe Administration Building – Division of Student Affairs 
Phone: 305-284-4922

Department of Housing and Residential Life

Support services for students in on-campus housing. A Resident Assistant is available on each floor of housing. Freshman students with academic concerns can reach out to First Year Fellows for assistance. Upperclassmen with similar concerns can refer to the Resident Faculty Member.

Location: Eaton Residential College
Phone: 305-284-4505

Empower Me First

A comprehensive academic advising and support, advocacy, and outreach program for underrepresented first generation students.
Location: Pentland House
Phone: 305-284-3187

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS)

Provides information, services, acclimation, and culturally relevant activities to support international students and scholars and ensure their success during their time at the University of Miami.

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: 2nd floor of the Whitten University Center
Phone: 305-284-2928 

CaneBuddy

A peer-mentoring program sponsored by involved upperclassmen who help facilitate the transition of incoming freshmen and transfer students to their new community by connecting them with fellow students and encouraging them to participate in activities inside and outside the classroom.

Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA)

Seeks to increase programs and services that address cultural, ethnic, or racial issues and encourage diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, and inclusion.
Location: 2nd floor of Whitten University Center, Suite 2300F
Phone: 204-284-2855