If you are experiencing a personal crisis, do not schedule online. Instead, please use these services:

► visit the UKCC in 104 Mandrell Hall, 635 S. Limestone, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm or

► visit TRACS (Triage, Referral, Assistance and Crisis Support) in the east wing of the Gatton Student Center 3rd floor, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm or

► call (859) 257-8701 anytime (press 1 if you hear a recording) or

► go to your local hospital emergency room


You must be currently enrolled as a student in at least 6 fee paying hours at the University of Kentucky to receive services. For summer eligibility, you must have been enrolled in 6 hours in the spring and 6 hours in the upcoming fall. Graduate students enrolled in dissertation or thesis hours are also eligible. Please call (859) 257-8701 if you are unsure of your eligibility. Employees can access mental health support through Work + Life:


Schedule Your First Appointment:


Schedule Massage Chair Appointment:


Cancel Any Appointment:


24/7 Phone Consultation: (859) 257-8701 - Press 1 after hours to be connected to a clinician


Free mental wellness tools

Welltrack Boost: A self-guided, clinically supported, CBT-based, set of tools that help individuals assess, understand, and work on their own behavioral health and wellness. Clear here to log in with your UK ID.


24/7 Peer-To-Peer Support: Interactions on the platform are anonymous and supervised by licensed mental health practitioners — safely share thoughts and feelings and receive support in an inclusive online environment. Click here and enter your UK email address to start.

Headspace: An app to help you learn and practice mindfulness which can reduce stress. Available at your favorite app store.

Talkspace: Online therapy available at


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

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

Parking: There is pay parking at the lot on the corner of Prall St. and S Limestone, on the street on Colfax St., or in the lot controlled by Phillips Market off Prall St. Students with a UK ADA Accessible permit may park in accessible spots behind Mandrell Hall.