Our mission is to help University of Alabama students achieve academic success and personal growth through quality brief counseling and psychological services, outreach and consultative services, and training of mental health professionals.
Counseling Services Accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc.
Need Help Now?
Come to 1000 South Lawn Office Building (1101 Jackson Avenue) or call (205) 348-3863 during operating hours, or call the UA Police Department at (205) 348-5454 when the center is closed. You may also text BAMA to 741-741 to text with a trained volunteer.
Students may find more helpful features at the Counseling and Programs pages. Faculty, staff, parents and others may find support at the Consultation Resources page. Students may find information to facilitate their progress in counseling at our Counseling Resources and Outreach Resources pages. Take a 30-minute training on suicide prevention called Ask, Listen, Refer.
Go to Ulifeline for other online support for UA students, including FREE mental health screenings.
Learn more about Brain Matters, the official WVUA Radio Show of the Counseling Center.