The Counseling and Wellness Center is available to all currently registered New College and University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee students.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency or need immediate mental health assistance, call 911.
We provide services in consideration of the individual as a whole and emphasize emotional and physical well- being, as well as academic concerns. A Wellness philosophy is the foundation for all services and programs. Our belief is that Wellness helps students be more responsible for their lives and to understand the factors that affect their well-being. Students are more resilient to meeting demands and challenges when they make informed and reflective decisions.Counseling Services
Currently registered New College and USF-SM students can make appointments for student health services during the fall and spring academic terms. Please call us at 941-487-4254.Health Services
Health Education offers a range of services to students, including workshops for clubs and student organizations, residence hall programs, large-scale campus programming, and individual support sessions. Services are individually designed for the health topic and the need of the student or group requesting services.Health Education
If you are not currently in crisis but in search of self-help information, please explore the topics listed below and in our site menu.
This site is designed to provide accurate information regarding self-help resources for mental health and wellness. If expert assistance is needed, the services of a competent professional should be sought.
If you experience significant changes in mood or feel as though you may require further assistance, please contact the Counseling and Wellness Center at 941-487-4254.
In case of an emergency, please call 911.
Materials in TAO Self-Help can help with stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger management, problem solving, communications and evaluating your alcohol and drug use without the help of a counselor.
This is an anonymous screening tool regarding stress, anxiety, depression, and other problems that can interfere with academic, social, and personal functioning.
One of our experienced therapists at the CWC will review your questionnaire, and provide you a personal response over the ISP’s secure website, which allow for messages to be exchanged between you and the therapist while your identity remains protected.
The Alcohol E-CheckUp to Go is an interactive, confidential web survey that allows college and university students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol.
The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete and is self-guided.