ComPsych Resources for Graduate and Online Students

Graduate and Online Student Program Resources

In addition to the services available to students through the Baylor University Counseling Center, graduate and online students are also eligible to access additional services through ComPsych, 3rd-party provider. ComPsych offers free and confidential resources, assessments, counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to graduate and online students to support their personal and professional life. Baylor University provides all these resources for free to graduate and online students including those at the main campus, extension sites, and online. Once registered, you can access useful information, interactive materials, and services at any time either online or via the mobile app.

Phone: 888-628-4844, TDD 800-697-0353

Steps to Follow for Online Access as a First Time User

  1. Enter this address in your Web browser:
  2. Select the 'Register' tab on the right side. 
  3. Enter the Organization Web ID when prompted: PFGEAP
  4. You will be prompted to set up your user name, password, and security question as a first time user.

Program Features


Graduate and online students are eligible for 5 free counseling sessions for stress, depression, family and other issues. Graduate and online students can choose one of the following options: face to face with a local counselor, telephone counseling, or video based counseling.

Unlimited telephone access

Upon calling the guidance resources services, a Member Advocate will speak confidentially with you to provide consultation, resources, an action plan and information needed to help address your concerns.


Unlimited referral and resources for child care, elder care, education, relocation, daily living issues, etc.


Unlimited consultation with a ComPsych attorney, free 30 minute consultation with lawyer in your community, percent discount off services by lawyer. Coverage for parental rights, civil/criminal issues, divorce, etc.


Unlimited consultation with a ComPsych CPA/CFP, referral to financial planner. Coverage for debt, credit card issues, tax issues, etc.

GuidanceResources® Online

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  • Relationships - childcare, divorce and domestic issues, eldercare, expanding a family, marriage and relationships, parenting, special needs and gifted children
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