Welcome to the University of Maryland Counseling Center
Welcome to the University of Maryland
Counseling Center
As the primary campus provider of psychological and consultation services,
the Counseling Center supports the personal, social, and academic
success of University of Maryland students.
Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental Health Awareness
Week 2019


Join the Counseling Center October 7-11 for a week of fun and engaging events on
campus to decrease stigma, promote self-care, and learn about mental health!
Interactive Self-Help App
Interactive Self-Help App
Join the community of more than 1,000,000 college students
who have access to WellTrack.

Register for a WellTrack account to explore self-help videos and tools
at your own pace. WellTrack helps you manage stress, anxiety and
depression; monitor your mood; and assess your mental health.
The app is free to University of Maryland students.
Guided Study Sessions
Guided Study Sessions
Work collaboratively with your peers to learn course
content, work through problem-solving exercises, and review for exams.
Free Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
Group therapy is a highly effective way to explore a range of issues
as you interact with others facing similar challenges in a safe and supportive setting.
FREE walk-in support for diverse student populations
Walk-in Support
(Fall and Spring Semesters)
Students of color, LGBT students, international students,
and veteran students can spend time with a counselor without an appointment.
The Haven at College
Substance-Use Recovery at UMD
UMD is partnering with The Haven at College to advance collegiate substance-use
recovery and eliminate the stigma associated with addiction.

The Haven at College Park Recovery Residence (located at Terrapin Row) provides
a living community for college students in recovery and The Haven at College Park
Outpatient Center is a safe, substance-free socializing space for UMD students.

   Care for our Community

The University of Maryland Counseling Center staff wishes to convey their commitment to helping members of our campus community during this difficult time.

What’s Happening Now


After-Hours Crisis Support

Counseling Center Crisis Support Line: (301) 314-7651

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Website

Sexual Assault Support