Welcome Message

The Student Counseling Center (SCC) is a welcoming, inclusive, and confidential space. Our licensed and professionally-trained staff offer free and confidential mental health services to currently enrolled Texas A&M University – San Antonio students in a variety of formats: one-on-one sessions, group therapy, and walk-in services for urgent situations. Because student fees cover these services, there are no out-of-pocket expenses for any visit. All mental health services provided by the Student Counseling Center are confidential (as the law allows) and are not part of a student’s academic or university records. Student Counseling Center staff are eager to assist students with all kinds of questions and concerns including stress, relationship difficulties, sexual identity and gender concerns, cultural issues, low motivation, minimal self-esteem and self-confidence, substance misuse, anxiety, and depression. To learn more about our services, please view the “Services” portion of our website. To receive a brief tour of our office, click here.

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 FALL 2020 UPDATE:

In order to rxguanjia.cnce the spread of COVID-19, the Student Counseling Center (SCC) will primarily offer services via phone and/or Webex. Any students interested in schxguanjia.cnling an appointment should call (210) 784-1331 Monday through Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM. If this is a life-threatening emergency, please use the emergency resources listed below.

Any faculty, staff, or visitors with general inquiries should call (210) 784-1331 Monday through Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM or email stucounseling@tamusa.xguanjia.cn.

**Please know that any individuals visiting the SCC office in-person are required to wear face coverings and must use hand sanitizer when they enter the Modular C building. 

 

Emergency Resources

911 and ask for a Mental Health Officer

University Police emergency line: (210) 784-1911

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255

The Center for Health Care Services: (800) 316-9241

Family Violence Prevention Services: (210) 733-8810

Text “Help” to the National Crisis Textline: 741-741