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University Counseling Center
Uuniversity of Wyoming Knight Hall 341
UW students may receive assistance with problems that interfere with academic progress, daily living, adjustment to university life, or relationship issues through group, individual, or couples counseling; crisis intervention services; or brief problem solving sessions. Drop-in, emergency hours and scheduled appointments are available daily. Most individual counseling is short-term and time-effective; most students get their needs meet with four or fewer sessions. After hours emergencies (risk to self and/or others) are handled by contacting the counselor on call at 766-8989.

UCC collaborates closely with the STOP Program in the Dean of Students Office by providing counseling support to students who are victims of sexual violence as well as collaborative programming regarding prevention of sexual violence and membership with the STOP campus coalition.

Appointments are made in person at the UCC office in room 341 Knight Hall. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm during the academic year.  

Wellness Center
University of Wyoming Half Acre Campus Recreation, Room 107
The UW Wellness Center is more than a physical space; it is a network of people, programs, services, and policies that work together to create and support a culture of wellness at UW.  Most offerings are free of charge to students and the University community.

Wyoming Equality Website
Wyoming Equality strives to achieve equity for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, and queer Wyomingites by building broad and inclusive communities, shifting the hearts and minds of our neighbors, and achieving policy victories. Wyoming Equality provides services including newsletters, annual events, support groups, organized activities, political advocacy, and GSA support and development.

GSA Network (Gay Straight Alliance) via Wyoming Equality
This is a resource that creates community and provides resources for Middle School, High School and community GSAs around the state.


Multicultural Affairs

Multicultural Affairs email

Multicultural Affairs (MA) exemplifies its commitment to diversity and academic success through its various programs to provide academic and social support to ethnic minorities and all students interested in diversity and multiculturalism on the UW campus.
From academic programming consisting of our Discover Excellence and Continuing Excellence workshop series, scholarship opportunities and individual meetings with staff, academic success can be achieved. Socially, MA works to connect students with one of over 20 culturally diverse recognized student organizations as well as our own Multicultural Student Leadership Initiative program.
If you have a question, concern, or simply need a place in which you are "free to be," please come by and visit with us at Knight Hall rooms 115 and 117, or stop by the Resource Centers in the Wyoming Student Union, Rooms 103,104 and 106.

Rainbow Resource Center
University of Wyoming Union 106

The Rainbow Resource Center serves as resource for the students, faculty, and staff of the University of Wyoming, as well as for members of the Laramie, and Southeastern Wyoming communities. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive place for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and queer individuals and their families and friends. The RRC welcomes all regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender or affiliation with the University. The RRC is located in Wyoming Union room 106.

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Old Main 408
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion provides campus-wide leadership for diversifying the faculty, staff, curriculum, and programming to create an inclusive campus environment for all through collaborations, partnerships and implementing initiatives of the office. The office oversees and fulfills efforts to make all social identities, in particular marginalized and underrepresented social identities, experience a welcoming campus community. One goal of the office is to provide leadership for increasing the cultural competence for the campus community and support the graduation of inclusive leaders.  

The Trevor Project
The mission of the Trevor Project is to end suicide among gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people.  Their site has links to suicide prevention resources, as well as educational resources on LGBTQ youth. Their 27/7 hotline is 1-866-488-7386.



Laramie High School 
Safe Area for Laramie High LGBTIQ+ students and their allies).  This is Laramie High School’s version of a GSA.  The name was changed by a student who graduated in 2016 who wanted a more inclusive experience for students attending the school.  The goal was to promote safe, inclusive, welcoming spaces at Laramie High for all students.

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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