Student Wellness Services is committed to supporting the health and emotional well-being of Caltech students. Services are available to all eligible enrolled Caltech students and are not dependent on enrollment in any insurance plan.
The CARE Team is a multidisciplinary group of professional staff from key areas of the Institute. Each member brings knowledge and expertise in fields including mental health, crisis intervention, student development, staff consultation, campus security, academic support, and residential life. The CARE Team also collaborates with many other entities across campus including athletics, Title IX, Center for Diversity, Student Faculty Programs, International Student Programs, and the academic divisions.
The CARE Team connects students with resources and support. Through early identification of academic difficulties, social concerns, behavioral disruptions, or health issues, the CARE Team can partner with students to create individualized plans to help mitigate crises and promote success.
The mission of CASS is to provide equitable access to all programs, activities and services at Caltech for students with disabilities and medical conditions, including temporary conditions. We also strive to promote disability awareness and resources for the greater Caltech community.
Occupational Therapy Services teaches students skills and strategies to improve their routines and habits. Services are available to all eligible enrolled Caltech students and are NOT dependent on enrollment in any insurance plan.
The Dean of Undergraduate Students Office fosters the academic and personal growth of undergraduate students through counseling and support. Students are encouraged to come see one of the Associate Deans about any matter, large or small. We are available to discuss academic concerns, personal well-being, community issues, or plans after Caltech. We work closely with faculty and other student affairs staff to help students overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.
From admission to graduation, and all of the milestones in-between, our mission is to support and to promote the personal and academic development of all graduate students. Through administration of the graduate program, we work closely with faculty and staff within the various options to monitor academic progress, advise students with diverse needs, and administer a wide range of financial support for graduate students including emergency funds, parent support funds, dependent health care reimbursements, and external and internal fellowships.
The Undergraduate Deans' office along with the Center for Teaching Learning and Outreach hires Peer Academic Coaches (PACs) who have done well in courses that may be challenging, especially the core. If you need assistance in your courses, please sign up for the Find a PAC course on Canvas.