Resources

Resources 

Lactation Resources, Student Parent Help Center, and Childcare

Lactation Resources, Student Parent Help Center, and Childcare

  • Lactation Spaces on CampusGeneral information, location and access info for all the lactation spaces available on campus.
  • Student Parent HELP Center: The Student Parent HELP Center has been supporting pregnant and parenting students at the University of Minnesota since 1967. Please contact them for Child Care Grant info and other financing options and assistance. They are located in Appleby 24.
  • Childcare Options On and Near CampusA comprehensive list of childcare options both on and off campus and links to other resources for finding childcare throughout Minnesota.

Title IX/Missed Class Information

Title IX/Missed Class Information

Conflict and Legal Services

Conflict and Legal Services

  • Student Conflict Resolution CenterThe Student Resolution Center offers informal and formal conflict resolution services to resolve students' university-based problems and concerns, with confidential and impartial staff.
  • U Legal ServicesU Legal Services offers legal advice and representation to students paying Student Service Fee at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing

  • Student Counseling ServicesStudent Counseling Services promotes student success in reaching their academic, personal, and career goals. Professionals at SCS are available to help with concerns regarding mental health, learning and academic challenges, career uncertainty, and faculty and staff communication.
  • Let's TalkLet’s Talk is a confidential service that provides informal drop-in consultations at locations around campus for U of M students throughout the academic year.
  • Boynton Mental Health ServicesBoynton Mental Health Services provides various mental health services, including individual, group, and couples therapy and urgent consultation, ADHD treatment, and medication assessment and management, among other things.
  • Aurora CenterThe Aurora Center offers free and confidential space to University of Minnesota affiliated students, staff, faculty, family members, alumni, and friends who are victims, survivors, or concerned people of sexual assault, relationship violence, or stalking.

Food Support

Food Support

  • Nutritious U Food PantryThe Nutritious U Food Pantry is an on-campus food pantry open to University of Minnesota students. There is no proof of income or need necessary to visit the pantry. The Nutritious U Food Pantry is open three consecutive days, once per month.

Additional Resources

Additional Resources

United Way's 211The United Way's 211 provides confidential information and support throughout the U.S. and Canada regarding anything financial, domestic, health or disaster related. You can also call "211" to get connected to resources.
Minnesota ParentMinnesota Parent is the Twin Cities’ premier parenting magazine providing parenting ideas and inspiration, helpful local resources and fun activities happening in Minnesota. On their website you can access all of their columns as well as additional blogs and other online resources.