UNC Charlotte Counseling Center

On this site, you will find information about the services we offer in the Center, links to a variety of mental health resources, and details about our pre-doctoral internship and practicum training programs.  We hope you enjoy exploring this information and find these resources helpful.  Please be in touch with us if you find there are things we can do to be helpful to you, whether you are a UNC Charlotte student, faculty or staff member, family member or friend of a member of the UNC Charlotte community.


Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Counseling Center at UNC Charlotte aspires to create an affirming, accessible, and safe environment that celebrates human diversity. We understand diversity to include but not be limited to: race, ethnicity, gender identify and expression, sexual identity, sex, age, socio-economic status, religion, ability, nationality, and language. We are dedicated to social justice through increased awareness of the effects of oppression, prejudice, and discrimination.


Statement in response to ongoing violence against underrepresented groups

The staff of the Counseling Center at UNC Charlotte have been following the horrific and tragic events that have occurred recently in Orlando, FL, Baton Rouge, LA, Falcon Heights, MN, and Dallas, TX. We cannot begin to imagine the level of pain, invalidation, frustration and anger that many people are trying to come to terms with, and make sense of, in the aftermath of such senseless violence and unnecessary deaths.  We recognize that these tragedies are evidence of historical systemic oppression and the devaluing of Black lives and bodies in our society, even now.   Our hearts go out to the families and friends of all the victims of these tragedies.

We recognize that diverse communities of UNC Charlotte are affected by these tragedies and may be in need of support. Please know that the Counseling Center is, as always, committed to promoting inclusion and we honor the diversity and strength within the University community during these difficult times.  We strive to listen to and validate the lived experiences of those who have been historically disenfranchised and disregarded, and provide support in coping with such feelings of marginalization and helplessness.  

Resources for Students

Counseling services for students are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm by calling the Center at 704-687-0311 or visiting us at 158 Atkins. Students seeking emergency support outside of business hours should contact a HealthLink nurse at 1-888‑267‑3675 or 704‑687‑7400. More detailed information about our services is available throughout this website. We call your attention to our statement on inclusion and diversity below.  More information about support services will be available as events unfold. 

Resources for Staff and Faculty

Support services for faculty and staff are available through ComPsych.  Please see http://hr.uncc.edu/employee-relations/compsych-guidance-resources-employee-assistance-program for more information regarding available resources. 

Resources related to Black LIves Matter

Resources related to violence agains the LGBTQ community