Accepting In-person Routine & Urgent Care Appointments
The health center is open for in-person appointments to serve your medical needs.
Additionally, to ensure your safety and for your convenience telemedicine appointments
are available for those living in South Carolina.
Schedule an appointment at MyHealthSpace
Hours of Operations
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. | Sunday, 2-8 p.m. Closed: Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King Day
No cost flu shots are now available for students, faculty and staff at the Center
for Health and Well-Being. Walk-ins are welcome.
Have a COVID-19 question?
Call the Coronavirus Phone Bank at
803-576-8511 Monday 1/4 to Friday 1/15: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Getting tested for COVID-19 helps keep our campus community, as well as our city,
safer. That’s why UofSC is adopting a required testing program for students, faculty
and staff during the 2021 spring semester.
I f you have symptoms of COVID-19 like fever, cough and shortness of breath, call 803-777-3175
to schedule a Telemedicine appointment to be evaluated.
The University of South Carolina is asking students, faculty and staff for their help
to determine how widespread COVID-19 has been in our community by getting a no cost
(FREE) antibody test. An antibody test is easy and only requires a simple blood draw.
The whole process could take as little as 10 minutes. Results should be back in 2-3
days and posted to your
MyHealthSpace account. Learn more.
Counseling and psychiatry services will be delivered primarily through video or over
the phone to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. In-person visits will be the exception
and will only be considered when the benefits outweigh the risks. As soon as it is
possible, we will return to traditional in-person services.
We have health and wellness resources available for students, faculty and staff that
are working and studying remotely. These include stress management resources like
meditation and yoga; special programming; and games. Check back often as we will be
adding things regularly to this webpage.
Medical Emergency: Call 911.
COVID-19 If you have a COVID-19 question, call the Coronavirus Phone Bank at 803-576-8511.
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 HospitalPrisma Health Baptist Hospital 1301 Taylor Street (0.9 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
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.
Monday, Jan. 18, 2021
Monday, Jan. 18, 2021
Location: See event description for more details. Cost: 0
Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021
Location: See event description for more details. Cost: 0 View the Calendar
UofSC student body president Issy Rushton talks to you about what to expect at the
health and counseling center in fall 2020. Student Health Services will look a little
different due to the COVID-1 pandemic. Rest assured that we will be open to provide
students the best medical and mental health care possible in incredible facilities.
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.