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
The Counseling Center is proud to offer care that is flexible, culturally responsive,
solution-focused, and tailored to every student’s unique needs. This Fall semester,
the Center will be more available to students than ever before! Students will have
access to same-day appointments so that they can speak with a therapist the very day
they seek help. Students will also be able to receive support in an expanded variety
of ways, including workshops, groups, and peer support. For more information visit our Services page or check out our introductory video below:
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 Baltimore Sun article featuring TUCC’s partnership with TogetherAll to provide free online mental health
services to all TU students.
TUCC's Statements of Support
Statement of Support to Asian/Asian American Communities
There has been an alarming increase recently in the number of assaults and hate crimes
against the Asian American communities. The rise of anti-Asian racism reminds us of
the ongoing history of race-based discrimination that serves to distract and divide
our communities. TUCC’s commitment to anti-racism in all its forms – racism against
Asian, Black, LatinX, Native American, and other communities – demands that we stand
up and speak out. We strongly condemn this violence. We stand in solidarity with
all members of our community who experience marginalization and threat based on any
aspect of their identity.
We at the Counseling Center are committed to providing support for all students who
are struggling during this difficult and frightening time.
Coping with Anti-Asian Racism:
Advocacy for Anti-Asian Racism:
Counseling Center Reaffirmation of Solidarity and Support for Black Members of our
The Counseling Center grieves with the rest of the Towson University community regarding
the racially motivated violence that has continued to occur across our country. These
tragedies, along with voter suppression and racial terrorism, reflect a longstanding
and entrenched history of structural and systemic injustice that we condemn and are
dedicated to addressing. We also recognize that these tragedies may be especially
injurious to members of our Black and African American community. The debilitating
psychological effects of centuries of racial oppression cannot be underestimated.
Furthermore, these ongoing tragedies only compound the stress of dealing with the
COVID-19 pandemic and its particularly traumatic impact on communities of color. We
are here to support our Towson family whose members may be coping with feelings of
grief, rage, fear, helplessness, depression, sadness, and guilt. We encourage you
to contact our office if you (or someone you know) would like support with coping
and healing. We see you and we are here for you.
With love, solidarity, and support,
The Counseling Center Staff
What’s New at TUCC
Fire Pit Friday's
Join us for TUCC’s first Fire Pit Friday event happening this Friday, 9/17 from 5-7
PM on the TU Counseling Center Lawn. It is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and
we will be sharing a variety of resources as well as offering support for those who
would like to learn more about suicide prevention. There will also be s'mores, games,
and good conversation! Hope to see you and your friends there.
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!
Follow Us On Our Socials
For regular self-help resource posts as well as staying up-to-date on Counseling Center
announcements, find us at the following social media platforms:
#StandingTogether Affinity Video Mini-Series
Videos for Black-identified 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.
#1: Racism/Racial Trauma within Black Communities (with closed captioning included)
#2: Coping with Racial Trauma (with closed captioning included)
#3: Activism & Facing Racial Trauma in Black Communities (with closed captioning included)
Videos for Non-Black Students of Color
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.
#1: Race-Based Trauma & Mental Health (with closed captioning included)
#2: Coping in the Face of Racism (with closed captioning included)
#3: Allyship to the Black Community (with closed captioning included)
Videos for White-identified Students
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.
#1: White Racial Identity and Defining Racism (with closed captioning included)
#2: What is Colorblind Racism? (with closed captioning included)
#3: Examining Intentions When Moving to Anti-Racist Action (with closed captioning included)
If you are unsure if you or a friend needs help, please watch Emotion 101, a video created by the Half of Us campaign to encourage students to get help and remind them that it is okay to seek help.
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.
Counseling Center Diversity Statement
The staff members of the Towson University Counseling Center strive to affirm, promote
and celebrate diversity. We are committed to be aware of and understand diversity
in its broadest sense.
The staff at the Counseling Center values the importance of diversity for all individuals.
People from every background are affected by issues of culture. Multicultural competence is therefore an essential
component of our work with every client.
We all benefit from an understanding of how power, privilege, cultural identities
(e.g. gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality,
social class, and many others) and individual differences affect our daily experiences.
We recognize that students come to the center at various levels of comfort with these
identities and therefore, make it a priority to meet students where they are. All
of our lives are enhanced by a better understanding of the diverse world in which