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Health Care Services for Texas A&M Students

There are a variety of health care options available to students at Texas A&M University. Learn more below.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency such as severe chest pain, shortness of breath, or a serious injury, call 911 or visit your local emergency room. 

Student Health Services is the on-campus health care provider for TAMU students in College Station / Bryan. Services include: Medical Clinic, Women’s Clinic, Dial-A-Nurse, EMS, Nutrition Services, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Preventive Medicine, Radiology, Referral Coordination, and more.

A.P. Beutel Health Center
1264 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843
General information: 979.458.8310
Dial-A-Nurse — non-emergency medical advice: 979.458.8379

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), is available to Texas A&M students for counseling services, psychiatric services, learning disability and ADD/ADHD screenings, crisis intervention and more.

Disability Services offers accommodations coordination, evaluation referrals, disability-related information, assistive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services, and more.

Health Promotion offers education, outreach, and collaboration initiatives related to fitness and nutrition, alcohol and/or other drugs, stress relief, time management, sexual health, and interpersonal violence prevention.

Recreational Sports is the on-campus recreational center for TAMU students. Services include: aquatics, certification courses, drop-in recreation, group fitness and classes, intramural sports, outdoor adventures, sports clubs, strength and conditioning, and more.

Student Assistance Services provides students with guidance, resources, and support to address a variety of personal and academic matters. Common issues SAS provides support regarding: referrals/resource connections, concerning behavior follow-up, student welfare checks, student absence notification, Silver Taps/student death, assistance in coordinating family needs, and more.

The 12th Can is a food pantry that serves all students, faculty, and staff in need of assistance.

Tell Somebody allows individuals to report concerning behavior. Tell Somebody should not be used to report emergencies.

  • University Police Department: 979.845.2345
  • Campus EMS: 979.845.1525
  • Chemical/Radiological Spills: 979.862.1111
  • Off-Campus Police Services:
    • College Station: 979.764.3600
    • Bryan: 979.209.5300
    • Brazos County Sheriff: 979.361.4900
    • Department of Public Safety State Troopers): 979.776.3101
  • Off-Campus Fire Services:
    • College Station: 979.764.3700
    • Bryan 979.209.5960
    • Brazos County Rural): 979.361.3888
  • Off-Campus Medical Services/Hospitals:
    • CHI St. Joseph Regional Hospital: 979.776.3777
    • College Station Medical Center: 979.764.5100
    • Baylor Scott & White Hospital: 979.207.0100
    • The Physicians Center Hospital: 979.731.3100
    • CapRock Hospital: 979.314.2323