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Counseling Center

Here when you need us

The Counseling Center provides mental health services to UD undergraduate and graduate students. Our drop-in model allows students to access same-day sessions for a one-time consultation or to connect with ongoing services. We also provide group therapy, individual therapy, psychiatry services, and crisis consultations. Services for undergraduate students are entirely free and confidential!


Fast Facts


drop-in hours offered weekly during the academic year


therapy groups per week to assist students with a diverse range of issues

Crisis Services

For mental health crisis help for current students, call the Counseling Center at 937-229-3141. After business hours, contact Public Safety at 937-229-2121 and ask to speak with the crisis therapist.

You may also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988, call 911, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

For more resources, visit the Crisis Services page.

If you are faculty, staff, or a student group looking for information about Counseling Center outreach or presentations on a mental health topic, information about our offerings and requesting outreach has moved to Porches.

Go to the Outreach page on Porches

Counseling Center

Gosiger Hall, Room 110
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0910

Services and Resources

Clinical Services

We offer mental health services to UD students. Services are free of charge to all undergraduates, graduate assistants, and students in law school, PA school and Lalanne teachers.

Learn more about mental health services

Clinical Training & Supervision

The Counseling Center offers clinical training and supervision for burgeoning psychologists, social workers, and counselors. Our vibrant and fast-paced center typically offers 6-8 positions each year.

Learn more about clinical training opportunities


We recognize that students and their support systems benefit from quick access to resources beyond formal mental health services.

Learn more about additional resources