University Counseling Center

Stressed, anxious and overwhelmed

Our student community is balancing classes, homework, friends, family and their own mental health. So #CheckOnYourUCrew with these resources in mind.


How are you coping?

It’s been a year. Let’s reflect on how we’re managing our stress.


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How to build your U crew

As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the one-year mark, it is vital for our community to remain diligent.


‘One Mind’ to support those with mental illness

Social workers are working closely with university police.


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Mental health support for students of color

Two new counselors are dedicated to serving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion centers.


Changes to campus mental health services

Session fees are now a thing of the past for the U community thanks to the U Student Mental Health Fee and other creative solutions.


8 mental health tips to cope with the election

Election Day is Nov. 3 and is sure to be an emotional day for many.


Attempted robbery on campus

Wednesday Oct 28, 2020 University Police today arrested the suspect from the attempted robbery that took place near Stadium TRAX on Thursday October 22, 2020. The suspect is now being booked into jail. Information about support resources for the campus community are available at https://alert.utah.edu. Friday Oct 23, 2020 Detectives are continuing to investigate in […]


Reported sexual assault

The reported incident took place on October 17th.


What’s open on campus?

An inclusive list of facilitates, food courts and amenities open and ready to serve the campus community.