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Advisement Center

Other Services & Resources

The university has many resources to help students with personal and academic struggles. Students who are experiencing difficulties are strongly encouraged to seek help from the following sources as needed:

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): personal counseling, group therapy, biofeedback lab, crisis services, and much more.

Comprehensive Clinic: offers counseling services and assessments for individuals, couples, and families in the Utah County community.

Peer Academic Strategies Specialists (PASS): peer specialists are available to help students establish accountability, implement and practice learning skills in the context of their schoolwork, access campus resources, and establish effective academic habits.

University Accessibility Center: seeks to provide students with disabilities equal access to all opportunities at BYU. They can provide a variety of accommodations, as well as a supportive environment to discuss concerns and receive direction from a qualified coordinator.

Wellness Wise: offers a variety of services and resources to support the pursuit of wellness.