Welcome to the University Counseling Center website!
The University Counseling Center (UCC) is designed to serve the counseling and mental health-related needs of UCCS students.
The mission of the University Counseling Center is threefold: (1) to assist UCCS students with their academic success when personal/psychological matters are complicating and interfering with the students' efforts; (2) to serve as a training site for graduate students in Clinical Psychology and Counseling fields; and (3) in accordance with UCCS tradition, create, implement, and develop services that are open to various organizations in the community.
The services we provide help UCCS students achieve their educational goals, define their career goals, learn more about problem-solving processes, enhance their capacity for satisfying interpersonal relationships, and maximize their capacity for continued emotional growth. Our services include individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, crisis/emergency interventions, and consultation sessions for concerned friends/roommates/instructors. We also offer workshops and presentations open to the UCCS community. On our website, you will find more information about the services we offer, our staff, outside resources to help you with a variety of different issues, and ways to contact us.
Mental Health Screenings
If you are wondering if you should be concerned about any mental health related issue, please click here to access our anonymous and free mental health screening module. Or if you would prefer to have access to our screenings via your web browser, please go to www.mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/UCCS
Click on the link below to check out the Proposed UCCS Health Initiative.
Counseling appointments can be made by calling UCC at (719) 255-3265 or by coming to 324 Main Hall in person. Normal clinical service hours are 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday. If you are in a crisis after normal business hours, please contact Public Safety at (719) 255-3111 (if on campus) or contact the AspenPointe Mental Health Crisis Line at (719) 635-7000. Consultations are available by appointment or by phone. UCC hours vary by semester so please call to find out the current office hours. For any concerns that aren't immediate please contact via email at email@example.com .
Be sure to check out Student Health 101 here: http://readsh101.com/go2uccs.html
For information on Alcohol and Drugs: http://www.uccs.edu/~aod/