The Student Counseling Center will be sending out the annual student satisfaction survey to students that have received consultation or services.  The survey is completely anonymous and voluntary.

Please allow 10 minutes or less to complete the survey. Survey will be open May 23rd – June 5th

Upon completion of the survey, two students will be chosen at random to win a pair of

3rd generation, Apple Air Pods!

SCC Mask Policy

Please note that the Student Counseling Center, SCC, is considered a patient care and clinical area. Consequently, the SCC continues to require masks for all individuals inside the center regardless of vaccination status.

Please see here for more information about the updated mask policy: https://www.umaryland.edu/coronavirus/content/human-resources/umb-policy-requiring-use-of-face-coverings.php.

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We provide short-term, professional counseling and psychiatric services for currently enrolled full-time and part-time UMB students. Our mission is to help promote and maintain the emotional well-being of UMB students and serve as a resource to the entire university community.

Interested in our services or want to schedule an appointment?

Please call 410-328-8404 to request an appointment. If it is after hours, please leave a message (option 3) with your full name (please spell), phone number, and email. A staff member will follow up with you within one business day.

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Are you a faculty or staff member?

The counseling center offers a variety of resources to better assist your students and is here to help you with any students of concern.

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Need help now? Are You or a Friend in Crisis?

If you are experiencing higher levels of distress or a crisis, please call us and mention to the staff member that you are in crisis and need to speak with a counselor. If it is after hours, please call the Crisis Support Service at our number (410-328-8404) and select option 7 to be connected to a counselor for immediate support.

If you are experiencing a life threatening mental health emergency, please call 911 or UMB police (410-706-6882)

For more crisis resources, click here.