Resources and Services

Room Reservations

Need to reserve a room for your events? TWU student organizations and departments can submit room and service requests through Mazevo. All TWU students, faculty, and staff automatically have access to Mazevo through Single Sign on.

Advertising Request Form

Did you know that here at TWU Dallas, we can advertise any event that you are having? We are able to advertise your event as a digital or physical display. Just let us know. Fill out our TWU Dallas Advertisement Request Form and we will display your ad around campus for free!

Dallas Counseling and Psychological Services

Whether you’re worried about balancing work and school, feeling anxious and nervous, or concerned about a friend or family member, our professional counselors and psychologists can be there to help.

TWU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) serves students at all three campus locations to foster student success and personal growth in a safe environment.

Academic Live Care

Telehealth for higher education. The future of medicine is here. Connect with a licensed health care provider, 24-hours a day from anywhere. Academic Live Care offers services such as urgent care, therapy, psychiatry, and nutrition counseling.


Togetherall is a safe online community where TWU students can anonymously connect with others who understand what you’re going through. Whether you want to get advice, tips or just want someone to listen outside of your friendship group, Togetherall is available to you. You too may be able to help others! Lots of students find Togetherall helpful as you can continue exploring your feelings at your own pace, speak to others in similar situations and make use of different resources without time pressure--all in one platform.

Social Services Application Assistance

We understand that you may be facing challenges beyond your food needs. For that reason, the North Texas Food Bank offers an information referral service called the Referral Partner Program. If you opt into this program, one of their referral specialists will reach out within two business days to assess your current needs, and they will then provide you information on local resources and agencies that offer assistance in those areas. 

Mobile Food Pantry Schedule

Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated and purchased foods through a network of nearly 500 Partner Agencies and Organizations in 13 counties.

Wellness and Nutritional Coaching

A Nourishing Space provides TWU students with one-on-one nutrition education or health coaching through an experiential learning program with nutrition and health studies majors. These student coaches learn and practice the skills needed to build their health businesses by providing peer-to-peer service for free.

DART Reduced Rate (Undergraduates only)

Full-time TWU Dallas undergraduate college/trade school students in the DART service area who are not participating in the Higher Education Program can apply for the DART Reduced Rate with a valid DART-issued student photo ID.

TWU Off Campus Housing & Roommate Finder

Are you planning on moving to the Dallas area for the start of school? TWU Off Campus Housing and Roommate finder is your one stop solution to research the many different housing options available as well as to find supportive and suitable roommates to encourage you throughout your time at TWU Dallas.

Student Organizations

We have over 20 different student organizations on the TWU Dallas campus. They are one of the best ways to get involved outside of the classroom. With a variety of organizations to join, there is a place for everyone! 

Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE)

Commuting to campus can come with its own advantages and challenges. Use the Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE) to find out where to park or how get a parking pass and discover ways to connect with similar students, such as other parents, other veterans, or other foster-care alumni.

Student Money Management Center

The Student Money Management Center (SMMC) provides free programs and services to help you make informed financial decisions. You can schedule a confidential peer-to-peer coaching session with a Maroon Money Mentor who will work with you on a specific need and create an action plan for your financial goals. We also present workshops that cover a variety of financial issues affecting college students, and we provide access to other educational resources that matter to you. Come learn money management skills you can use now and in the future!

Career Connections Center

There’s a connection between your academic life at TWU and a career that fulfills you and sets you on a path to success, and we want to help you make it. Working with the students and alumni of our three campuses, the Career Connections Center provides a number of programs to educate, develop, and assist you in meeting the challenges of an ever-changing world of work.

Fitness Center - 3rd Floor

To excel in the classroom at Texas Woman’s University, you’ll need to take care of your mind, body, and spirit. Keeping an active body fuels an active mind. Utilize our fitness center to stay in shape, live a healthy lifestyle, and gain an appreciation for the overall wellness we can create together.

ID Services

The TWU Pioneer ID Card is the official ID of Texas Woman’s University. The Pioneer ID Card signifies your status as an active member of the Texas Woman’s University community, serving as your official student identification card and much more.

Student Health Services

Part of caring for the whole you includes caring for your health and well-being through primary, women's and psychiatric healthcare services. Student Health Services is staffed with experienced full-time medical providers and medical support staff, partnering with you to be a Pioneer of your health.

Disability Services for Students (DSS)

We’re committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities and through Disability Services for Students (DSS) can make appropriate accommodations for students in the classroom.

Legal Services

Get free consultations on wills, durable powers of attorney, or directives to physicians. Obtain free legal advice on criminal charges, contracts, or immigration matters. Student Life Legal Services offers appointments at the Denton Campus.

Pioneer Center for Student Excellence

Check out the resources available through the Pioneer Center for Student Excellence. Our services support your academic success both in and out of the classroom. We have offices on all three campuses and provide assistance to all students, regardless of degree or major.

Page last updated 8:07 AM, February 12, 2024