- What is Counseling?
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Career Counseling
- Substance Abuse
- Our Educational Approach
- Psychology Internship
- Master's Internship/Doctoral Practicum
- Doctoral GSA Practicum
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible to receive services?
Currently enrolled UND students are eligible to receive services through UCC.
What is the cost?
UCC services are covered by student fees. There are no additional fees for students who access most of our services. There are some fees for students receiving certain substance abuse services.
Will this be filed on my health insurance?
Since UCC services are covered by student fees, we do not send a bill or submit to health insurance.
Where is UCC located?
We are on the second floor of McCannel Hall just behind the Memorial Union.
When is UCC open?
We are open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are closed on weekends and state observed holidays.
Where should I park?
The closest parking lot is the parking ramp located on the corner of Columbia Road and University Avenue.
What kinds of concerns do you see students for?
We see a wide variation of student issues related to depression, anxiety, stress, sleeping, relationships, problems with eating, substance abuse, trauma, as well as many, many others. Call us at 701.777.2127 or drop in to find out more.
What should I expect on my first visit?
Prior to your first appointment, you will be asked to complete some brief paperwork. During the appointment, a professional counselor will work with you to help you clarify your concerns and explore if ongoing counseling or other services are needed. See our What is Counseling page for more on what to expect.
Who will know that I come there? Will my parents be contacted?
All contact with UCC is confidential, though there are certain exceptions. If you sign a release of information because you would like us to involve a third party, we can communicate with that person or entity for clinical or case management purposes. Limitations to confidentiality exist when a person is an immediate safety threat to self or others or in cases of abuse/neglect of children or vulnerable adults. See our full confidentiality policy.
Do you prescribe medication?
We do not prescribe medication. We work closely with UND Student Health Services for referrals and case management.
Do you provide academic advising or career services?
Students are advised to seek information on finding their academic advisors through their academic departments or the dean of your college. If you have not declared a major, contact the UND Student Success Center for academic advising. Students can access the UND Career Services for a variety of services including better understanding their career goals in deciding a major. Students can access career counseling through UCC when career decisions are causing emotional distress.
My new provider is requesting my records. What should I do?
Contact our front desk at 701.777.2127 to assist in facilitating this. A release of information is necessary. You can sign one with UCC or with your new provider.
I am experiencing a crisis and need to be seen ASAP. What should I do?
Contact our front desk at 701.777.2127 or walk in to the office in McCannel Hall. We will see students in crisis on the same day whenever possible. If it is after business hours, call our front desk and you will be transferred to our after hours crisis management line.
What should I do if someone that I know is thinking about suicide?
Take it seriously. Call 911 or UND Campus Police at 701.777-3491. For other resources including local crisis lines and national suicide hotlines, click here.
Do you provide services for UND faculty/staff?
Benefited faculty and staff are encouraged to seek support from the Employee Assistance Plan and or through health insurance. The UND health insurance plan fully covers your first five visits to an eligible mental health provider per year.
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