There are several ways for you to take care of your mental health while at UofSC. You can take advantage of preventive programs like wellness coaching that can give you tools to cope with college life, join a skill-building group counseling session or make an appointment online to see a counselor one-on-one.
Knowing what to do when someone is in distress can be difficult. UofSC provides mental health training programs to students, student groups, classes, faculty groups and staff. These programs teach individuals how to recognize the warning signs of suicide and who to contact in those situations.
Report a Concern
Are you concerned about a friend or are you a faculty or staff member in the Carolina community that believes a student needs help? There are several ways you can help.
UofSC Counseling & Psychiatry: 803-777-5223
24-Hour National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741 (FREE, 24/7 & confidential)
The Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ individuals): 866-488-7386
UofSC Police Department: 803-777-4215