You must be currently enrolled as a student in at least 6 fee paying hours at the University of Kentucky to receive services. Graduate students enrolled in dissertation or thesis hours are also eligible. Please call (859) 257-8701 if you are unsure of your eligibility.

Services are provided via telehealth (video and phone). 

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We’ve Moved!

The Counseling Center (UKCC) has moved to 104 Mandrell Hall located at 635 S Limestone St.

Please call for crises or urgent matters: (859) 257-8701. 

World Health Day is April 7th, 2021! Take a mental health screening for World Health Day! 

Join us at WTY Library Lawn [Rose Street] from 11am to 2pm for in person screening and conversations with UKCC clinicians. We'll have information and giveaways!

Can't make the screening event in person? Click here to complete the screening virtually and then talk with a UKCC clinician online. 



UKCC On Demand: videos you can access anytime, anywhere. Click on the links below. 


Wildcat Wellness: No appointment required, open to any student anywhere:

Weekly programs:

Let's Teletalk (click link): brief, confidential, one-on-one conversations with a clinician via Zoom

  • Monday 3-5pm
  • Tues - Thurs 5-7 pm
  • Friday 1-3 pm

Meditation (click link)Wednesdays, 4 pm 

Rainbow Conversations (click link): Wednesdays starting 2/17; 1pm

Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00 Dates: 2/17, 2/24, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 4/14, 4/28, 5/12

Tools for Tough Times (click link): Learn new skills for your mental health tool kit, Tuesdays at 4pm, starts meeting again 1/5/2021  


Throughout the semester:

Beating Test Anxiety workshop (click link): 3/4 at 1pm, 3/10 at1pm, 3/16 at 4pm, 4/29 at 4pm, 5/4 at 1pm, 5/5 at 4pm, 5/10 at 1pm

Career Decision Making Workshop (click link): 2/18 at 4pm, 3/31 at 1pm, 4/7 at 4pm, 4/13 at 1pm

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR, click on date to register): 2/10 at 12pm, 2/25 at 4pm, 3/11 at 12pm (Full), 3/24 at 4pm, 4/8 at 12pm, 4/20 at 4pm

Racism and racial trauma are real and exist presently in our country. The murder of Breonna Taylor is an example of this ongoing, systemic oppression. To our students, staff, and faculty of color, we see you, we hear you, and we value you. Black Lives Matter.

We acknowledge that we are a mental health resource that is working to become anti-racist and still have much work to do in dismantling our own racism. 

For students, please connect with us for resources related to racial trauma and support

Changes to UKCC services:

The UKCC hopes to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus by modifying most services offered. Individual, couples and group therapy, and case management appointments are being conducted via secure Zoom or phone to students who are currently in the state of Kentucky.  If you are not in the state of Kentucky, we can talk by phone to connect you with resources in your local area. 

If you have scheduled an appointment with our office or reached out to us, please watch your email and have phones ready to accept voicemail messages from UKCC. We may return your call from a blocked or unknown number. If you are in crisis, please call our office (859) 257-8701 or use the crisis services listed below. 

Non-crisis questions may be e-mailed to

UKCC clinicians do not provide letters for Emotional Support Animals (ESAs).

Information and resources related to the Coronavirus:

Information and resources related to racial trauma: