University Counseling Services continues to be available to BC students with a focus on both mental health and physical health in the context of COVID-19 and physical distancing requirements.  UCS will be providing video or phone based telehealth services to students for most of our traditional services and are adding less formal support groups as well.  Please note that initial contact by phone is preferred and will be the fastest way to engage contact.  Please see below for the current service update.

We are here for students of all identities, beliefs, and experiences

We recognize that ongoing incidents of social injustice and racism in our country and around the world continue to have negative impacts on our students, and that trauma in the context of negotiating marginalized identities is a real and ongoing source of stress for many. UCS seeks to provide welcoming and supportive environment for all members of the BC community and is committed to fully recognizing and valuing all identities, beliefs, or experiences.

We encourage anyone experiencing distress or wanting an opportunity to process your thoughts, feeling, and reactions to seek individual and/or group support from us, either by dropping by our offices (Gasson 001) or calling us at 617-552-3310. Remember, you are not alone.

Information and Announcements

Information about making an appointment with University Counseling Services.

Tips to help you prepare for your Virtual Telehealth Session.

WellTrack is a self-help app that students can use to address stress, anxiety, and depression.

BC's detailed reopening plan for students, faculty, and staff.

Care for your mind, body, and soul through taking a Journey to Wellness.

News and Notes

Ask For Help

[A mental health problem] doesn’t have to take over your life, it doesn’t have to define you as a person, it’s just important that you ask for help. It’s not a sign of weakness.
Demi Lovato , singer, songwriter, and mental health advocate living with bipolar disorder