Gasson 001 | Office Hours: Monday–Friday 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. | P: 617-552-3310
Welcome to University Counseling Services
of Boston College.
University Counseling Services (UCS) is a department within the Division of Student Affairs. Our mission is to address the mental health needs of the Boston College community.
At University Counseling Services (UCS), we recognize that the recent racist events on campus may negatively impact students’ psychological wellbeing. We also recognize that racial trauma is real and is an ongoing stressor for our students. Consistent with the university mission, UCS has a role in creating a safe and supportive environment for all university members to have an opportunity to express and process their thoughts, feelings, and reactions so that we all might pursue our best selves. If you find yourself experiencing significant distress, we invite you to seek individual and/or group conversations with us, either through intake or in meeting with our Emergency Clinical Services. Please come in (Gasson 001) or call us at 617-552- 3310.
Here are some helpful resources:
Discrimination: What it is, and How to Cope from the American Psychological Association
Racial Trauma is Real from the Insitute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture
Services for Students
Services include individual counseling
and psychotherapy, crisis response,
group counseling, consultation.
Information for Parents
More on our services and the ways in which we can be helpful to you and your BC student.
Information that may be helpful to you
in your role as a faculty member at BC.
University Counseling Services / Gasson 001 / Phone: 617-552-3310