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Student Health Services

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Report Concerns

The university has caring professionals dedicated to student success and well-being by identifying concerns, addressing those concerns with the student, and referring them to campus and community resources. Anyone in the Carolina community who feels a student is a risk to themselves or the community can report a concern; including students, parents, faculty and staff, and other community members.

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

The university’s Behavioral Intervention Team is an interdisciplinary group representing law enforcement, student conduct, counseling, residence life and other departments. Members work collaboratively to help keep the campus safe when students display behavior that could cause harm to themselves or others.   

Counseling & Psychiatry

UofSC’s counselors and psychiatrists provides essential therapy, emotional wellness and medication management for students. Services are available by appointment or walk-in basis. In addition, after-hours services are available by phone.    

Interpersonal Violence Report

Report a student-on-student incident you have experienced, witnessed, or have had heard about. NOTE: If the incident is faculty-student or staff-student, make the report on the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs' online Incident Report at sc.edu/eop.

Substance Abuse Referral

Are you concerned about a UofSC student's substance use? Refer them to STIR (Students Taking Initiative & Responsibility). They can help students that have substance use concerns and coach them to reduce high-risk behaviors.  

RAVE Guardian

The RAVE Guardian mobile app turns any cell phone into a personalized protection and reporting network. It connects you directly with USCPD during an emergency and provides important information instantly. 

University Police

If you or someone you know is considering harming themselves or someone else, please call 911 immediately.  Also, contact USC PD to report a student in distress. 

 

 


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