Student Wellness provides consultations on alcohol and other drug use. Confidential consultations are available with our substance abuse counselor or health educators for any questions you may have or issues you may be experiencing.

Student Wellness does not offer treatment for substance use dependence, but can refer to an agency in the community if treatment is needed.


General consultations and self-referrals are free for UI students. There is a charge for mandated consultations.

There is a charge for programs or evaluations that are mandated and/or require documentation of completion.


Consultations are available virtually (via Zoom) or at Westlawn. 

If you require a private space to conduct an appointment virtually, you can reserve space on campus.

How to schedule an appointment

For self-referral appointments, click here or call 319-335-8394. For mandated appointments through University Housing or the Office of Student Accountability, please refer to your sanction letter or call 319-335-8394. For evaluations through another referrals source, please contact Note: We do NOT have appointments for DUI or OWI cases.

Additional resources

  • UI Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) includes an environment that is supportive to the therapeutic and educational needs of Iowa students who are in any stage of recovery from addiction, from considering changes to abstinence. The CRP provides support through community building, social support, and substance-free activities. The CRP includes two ways for students to get involved:
    • Success, Not Excess provides a small, safe and supportive space for UI students wanting to make or considering changes in their alcohol or other drug use. Meetings are:
      • Tuesdays at 4:00PM in the Stone Room of Westlawn (within University Counseling Service)
      • Thursdays at 5:30PM in Room 214 of the IMU
  • UI Alcohol Harm Reduction Plan includes information on alcohol initiatives on campus and outcomes

Information for parents

Read this alcohol & drug Q&A document for more information.