Student Counseling Center
- Appointments for counseling may be made by calling 903.566.7254 or coming by the University Center room 3170.
- The Student Counseling Center is open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Every effort will be made to schedule an appointment at the earliest time available and at the student's convenience. Students may visit the counseling center with our without an appointment, but an appointment is recommended.
- Clients are asked to call 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment time if they are unable to keep their appointment.
- Students are asked to arrive 15 minutes in advance of their appointment time to complete intake paperwork. Intake assessments are located on secure iPads in the reception area of the Student Counseling Center.
- A "Student Guide to Services- Client Information" can be downloaded by clicking here.
- Students who wish can also print, fill out, and bring with them the "Consent Form" by clicking here.
- Students who prefer to complete their intake ahead of time, may visit the Student Counseling Center at a time of their choosing.
All appointments are scheduled as 50-minute sessions unless otherwise noted by the counselor.
- The Student Counseling Center does not have a predetermined limit for the number of sessions a client may be seen for counseling.
- Limits are determined by the individual counselor and in accordance with ethical standards provided by licensing boards.
- Clients requiring long-term intensive therapy will be referred to services available in the community.
- All services are made available through the use of student service fees.
- There is no additional charge for services.
- The Student Counseling Center is not able to provide treatment for substance abuse or serious chronic psychiatric disorders.
- Individuals requesting such treatment will be referred to services available in the community.
- Costs of these services will be the responsibility of the client.
- The Student Counseling Center does not provide psychological, psychiatric, or disability evaluations.
- Individuals needing evaluations, assessments for legal purposes, or expert testimony in court should employ the services of professionals in the community.
The University of Texas at TylerStudent Counseling Center3900 University Blvd.University Center room 3170Tyler, Tx 75799Ph: 903.566.7254