Student Counseling Center
Student Services Building 4.600
Phone (24 Hour): 972-883-2575

Office Hours
Monday 8:00 am - 6 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00am - 7:30pm
Friday 8:00 am - 5 pm

Mailing Address
UT Dallas Counseling Center
800 W. Campbell Rd., SSB45
Richardson, TX 75080

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Student Counseling Center

The Student Counseling Center provides programs and services designed to assist students in achieving emotional well-being necessary for success. Our mission is to help students manage academic and personal demands more effectively. Our professional staff of licensed psychologists/therapists is available by appointment or in times of emergency. All counseling is confidential. For information regarding counseling as well as sign-up materials, refer to Services. Also, check out current opportunities for Group Counseling.
View the Student Counseling Center Diversity Statement.

For appointments and general information, call 972-883-2575.

Crisis Services

I Need to Talk to Someone Now


Helping a Friend in Distress

For mental health emergencies during business hours, the Student Counseling Center provides prompt counseling. To access this service, come to the Student Services Building (SSB) 4.600.

  • 24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline: 972‑641‑7273
  • The Turning Point Rape Crisis Line: 800‑866‑7273
  • After Hours Crisis Line: 972-UTD-TALK; For Deaf/HH students please dial 855-874-2105

For more information, visit our Emergency Services page.

Seeking a letter to support withdrawal?

The Student Counseling Center does not provide letters of support for non-academic withdrawal for students unless they have been in on-going treatment.

Personal Growth Videos

We have some NEW videos posted that are designed to provide additional tools for students to enhance their college experience. Located under the Workshops page, they can help with some of the most common issues for students. Check out the Stress Management video during finals or the Conflict Management video if you have noticed some tension with your roommate.

Common Student Concerns

  • "I often feel sad and don't know why."
  • "My mind goes blank during tests."
  • "It's hard for me to talk to people."
  • "My partner just left me."
  • "I have no confidence in myself."
  • "I don't know if college is for me."
  • "I can't get my work done on time."
  • "My partner is pressuring me to have sex."
  • "I'm having a hard time juggling work, school and family."
  • "I'm having trouble trusting my partner."
  • "I have a friend who drinks too much."
  • "My partner is hitting me."
  • "I worry too much."
  • "I can't decide whether to stay or leave the relationship I'm in."
  • "I'm having panic attacks and don't know what to do."

If you have any concerns, please contact us for an appointment.


Resources for Parents

Having your child begin his or her university career can be a stressful experience for parents, especially if your son or daughter has not lived away from home before. Visit our Resources for Parents page for more information.