The Counseling Center is offering a full array of services, including after-hours assistance. Many of our services are available either in-person or remotely based on student preference.
The Counseling Center is proud to offer care that is flexible, culturally responsive, solution-focused and tailored to every student’s unique needs. Students have access to same-day appointments so that they can speak with a therapist the very day they seek help. Students receive support in an expanded variety of ways, including workshops, groups, and peer support. For more information visit Services.
To reach us, please call 410-704-2512. You can schedule an appointment or get more information during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.). Immediate crisis support is available by phone at all times outside of business hours.
Our policy is that your first appointment at TUCC is in person so that we can best assess your treatment needs. However, there are certain situations in which we can make exceptions and schedule a virtual appointment. Please contact us directly (410-704-2512) if you have any questions or need clarification.
In addition to calling the Counseling Center, you can now schedule in-person same-day appointments online. If you would prefer to have a virtual appointment or change your appointment to virtual and you have access to a private space and webcam, please call the Counseling Center directly (410-704-2512) to inquire about your eligibility for a virtual appointment.
Please visit online scheduling and select the option labeled: “Same-Day Appointment Scheduling (in person only).” After entering your contact information, you will be able to see all of our available openings for today and you can choose the one that works best for your schedule.
Once you have scheduled an appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information, including instructions about completing the required paperwork that MUST be submitted by your appointment time. NOTE: By scheduling an appointment online, you are consenting to being phoned or emailed for scheduling purposes.
Missed Appointment Fee Increase: As of February 1, 2023, the fee for a missed appointment will increase from $20 to $25. Once you have confirmed an appointment, that time is reserved for you. If you do not notify us of your need to cancel the appointment, your student account will be charged $25.
NOTE: To ensure adequate availability of counseling services, we are not able to have clinicians meet with students for class projects (e.g. interviewing a clinician about a mental health topic for a class assignment). If you would like information about a mental health topic, please visit Resources by Topic.
The Counseling Center also seeks to improve the quality of life on campus as a whole. Recognizing that the university community includes people with a wide range of concerns and needs, we provide programs and presentations by request, and offer a full calendar of events during the academic year.
Don't feel like you need an appointment, but you would like to begin to engage in self-help work? Visit our Resources by Topic page for a multitude of digital self-help resources!
TUCC has partnered with SGA to bring TogetherAll to campus, a leading online mental health service that provides millions of people throughout the United States, Canada, U.K. and New Zealand, access to community and professional support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Through TogetherAll, TU students can access FREE, 24/7 online peer-to-peer support, connecting with others who are experiencing similar struggles and support one another through their shared lived experiences with stress, anxiety, isolation and other common mental health challenges. To access the service, go to the mobile-responsive webpage, www.togetherall.com and enter your TU email address to register.
Visit the Baltimore Sun article featuring TUCC’s partnership with TogetherAll to provide free online mental health services to all TU students.
This mini-video series was created to serve as a resource for Black-identified students to provide support and acknowledge our commitment to addressing systemic racism directly. Throughout the three videos, students will learn about racism and its impact on the mental health of Black Americans, discover coping strategies and ways to take care of themselves, and explore ways that they can engage in activism and advocacy as we all fight for an anti-racist America.
Watch this 3-part mini video series created for non-Black students of color about impact of race-based stressors on your mental health, learn ways to cope from racial trauma, and get tips on engaging in meaningful allyship.
This is a 3-part mini video series that attempts to start a conversation about racial identity and racism for White students. It also seeks to help White students understand what to do as they start to act in an anti-racist fashion.