Student Affairs is suggesting resources to help students in the transition to a virtual experience including updates from Academic Advising, Information Technology, Career Center, Counseling Center, Campus-Life Dean’s Office and many more departments that are here to support, encourage academic success, reduce social isolation and create connections.
For alcohol or drug violations: Students should use the online platform IMPACT. If you do not have an account on IMPACT (if you have not been into Alcohol & Drug Education since 12/31/2020 you will not have an account) click here to set up an account.
If you already have an IMPACT account click here for returning users.
For an appointment not related to a violation: call the Counseling Center at 817-257-7863 and request a substance use and recovery appointment.
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