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Resources Provided

  • Information and assistance for international students looking for housing, both on and off campus

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Resources Provided

  • Finding apartments near the University of Minnesota doesn't need to involve browsing several different apartment sites. The UMN apartment marketplace exists to give students the ability to filter and contact landlords of all sizes on one site! And, to make sure you’re able to completely enjoy the college community while living off-campus, the UMN apartment marketplace has only the most relevant student housing In Minneapolis to choose from. 

  • Use the features like the price per bed toggle to easily view how much rent will cost for you and each of your roommates. When clicking on an apartment near UMN Twin Cities you can check the walking, biking, and public transit distance from any point on campus to avoid ever being late to class again!


Resources Provided

  • On campus housing

  • Health and safety

  • Student jobs

  • Tech services

  • Summer housing

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Resources Provided

  • Are you of Indian descent or are you going to be a graduate student attending the University or Minnesota? Join our facebook group where you can ask questions about UMN (i.e. housing, campus) and meet new people.


Identifying and defining Domestic and/or Intimate Partner Violence and Creating a community for LGBTQ+ in the South Asian community.


​Resources Provided

  • Identifying and defining Domestic and/or Intimate Partner Violence

  • Creating a community for LGBTQ+ in the South Asian community.

    • SAQL: this group is exclusively for Queers with South Asian ethnic identity

    • SAQL+: this group is open for both LGBTQ+ and their allies (all genders, races, and ethnic identities)

    • Resources available for individuals and organizations​

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Get Help: 211

  • SEWA Crisis Line: 952-912-9100

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

  • LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Hotline: 612-824-8434

  • Teen Dating Violence Hotline: 866-331-9474

Resources Provided

Provides free and confidential space for students, faculty, and staff affiliated with the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and Augsburg University who are victims/survivors/concerned people of: 

  • sexual assault

  • relationship violence

  • stalking

  • sexual harassment.

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Staff are virtually available during business hours (Monday-Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm)

  • Phone Number: 612-626-2929

  • Email:

  • 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 612-615-9111

  • Textline: 612-615-8911

Services to help reach personal, academic, and career goals. Located in East Bank and St. Paul campus. Offers telehealth services during COVID-19.


​Resources Provided

  • Individual Counseling

  • Academic Coaching

  • Group Series

  • Workshop Series

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Walk-in Hours

    • Mon-Wed 9 am - 3:30 pm

    • Thu 10 am-3:30

  • Office Hours

    • Mon-Wed, Fri 8:00am-4:30pm

    • Thu 8:00am-9:00am, 10am-4:30pm

Counseling and psychiatric treatment in East Bank and St. Paul campus. Offers telehealth services during COVID-19.


Resources Provided

  • Individual Therapy

  • Couples Therapy

  • Group Therapy

  • Urgent/Crisis Consultation

  • Medication Assessment/Management

  • Social Work Help

  • Eating Disorder Services

  • ADD/ADHD Treatment

  • Alcohol and Chemical Health Services

  • Emotional Support Animals

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • To schedule: 612-624-144​

  • University Crisis Line: 612-301-4673

  • Urgent Care Counselor: 612-625-8475

  • After Hours Emergency TEXT “UMN” to 61222

Confidential, free online programs to help with stress, depression, social anxiety, and insomnia.

Resources Provided

Offers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Hundreds of studies have shown that CBT is a powerful solution to problems like anxiety and depression. When CBT tools are delivered online, they're as effective as face-to-face sessions, making this a smart option for those who prefer online to in-office meetings.

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Phone Number: 800-406-7457

  • Office Line: 1-800-406-7457

  • Learn to Live, Inc:

    • 510 North 1st Ave, Suite 601 Minneapolis, MN 55403


Free, confidential, walk-in based consultations for students seeking one-time/few-time perspectives of a counselor.

​Resources Provided

Counselors with this program are meant to listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions, and give information about other resources.

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