We provide comprehensive physical and mental health care services right on campus.
Our professional and compassionate providers are committed to evidence-based, patient-centered
care to help contribute to your success and overall well-being.
Some appointments must be made over the phone, including those for psychiatry, faculty/staff
wellness, nutrition and counseling follow-ups.
Appointments for a full list of appointment numbers. Telehealth Primary Care Visit
We are cautiously optimistic and thankful that UofSC has not experienced a measles
outbreak on our campus. This public health concern has been widely reported and has
caused some universities to implement quarantine measures.
Our efforts at the UofSC to ensure to the maximum extent possible that our students
are protected with measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine will no doubt help us
reduce the chance of an outbreak.
Student Health Center Hours
Fall and Spring
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Summer and Breaks
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Medical Emergency: Call 911.
Sexual Assault or Interpersonal ViolenceCall 803-777-8248. After hours, call USC Police at 803-777-4215 and ask to speak to
an SAVIP advocate.
Mental Health EmergenciesMental health services for students in crisis are now available around the clock. Please call Counseling & Psychiatry at 803-777-5223 after hours to speak with a counselor
about urgent concerns. USC faculty and staff can also call at any time if they have
concerns about a student. All Counseling & Psychiatry appointments can be canceled
on MyHealthSpace . Get medication refills on My RX Space . Someone will follow up with you on the next business day if necessary.
If you think you may harm yourself or someone else, call the USC Police Department
Nearest HospitalPalmetto Health Baptist Hospital 1301 Taylor Street (.9 miles from the Russell House) 803-296-5010
Students have easy access to accredited and nationally recognized health care without
leaving campus. See a list of
Get professional diagnosis and treatment for primary care needs: sore throat, cough,
stomach bugs, seasonal flu and more.
Counseling & Psychiatry
Choose from a number of mental health options, including group counseling, online
treatment and one-on-one consultations.
Lab Tests & Screenings
Request a screening for blood pressure, body fat, glucose levels, cholesterol , STIs,
pregnancy, sickle cell and more.
Feel comfortable and welcome when you visit. All of our services are available to
Access a full range of women's health care services, including tests, contraceptives
and pregnancy counseling.
803-777-3175 Phone: Fax: 803-777-0126
Center for Health and Well-Being 1401 Devine St. Columbia, SC 29208
Thomson Building1409 Devine St. Columbia, SC 29208
You will see the same team of health care experts every time you visit. Your primary
doctor and health care providers will always know you, your care preferences and your
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If you need mental health help for issues like minor depression or anxiety,
online mental health services are available. If you are not sure what mental health services may be right for you,
consider taking a free, anonymous mental health screening with the Interactive Screening Program (ISP). You’ll get feedback from a counselor
based on your results.
Sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence are never the survivor's
fault, and they're never tolerated at the University of South Carolina. Visit Stop Sexual Assault for help and information.
Tuesday, Sep. 3, 2019
Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 05, RHUU Greene Street Space 06, RHUU Greene Street Space 07, RHUU Greene Street Space 08, RHUU Greene Street Space 09, RHUU Greene Street Space 10
Saturday, Sep. 7, 2019
Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 01
Tuesday, Sep. 10, 2019
Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 05, RHUU Greene Street Space 06, RHUU Greene Street Space 07, RHUU Greene Street Space 08, RHUU Greene Street Space 09, RHUU Greene Street Space 10 View the Calendar
Student Health Services' Notice of Privacy Practices details the organization’s maintenance
of medical information as required by law, and use and disclosure of that information
to the extent necessary to provide high quality health care.