What We Do


Response to the COVID-19 pandemic

The Counseling Center is committed to providing essential mental health services to students in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Individual Counseling

We offer free and confidential counseling to currently registered students for a broad range of personal, emotional, and psychological concerns, via secure video conference as part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what counseling is and how to get started.

Group Counseling

*As part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the USF Counseling Center group program has temporarily gone virtual!* The Counseling Center is providing online therapy groups, daily online drop-in workshops, and Chat & Connect support spaces. The virtual group program offerings are designed to assist students with managing mental health and personal concerns while learning coping skills and gaining support from peers. Check out our latest gro

Couples Counseling

Struggling in your relationship? If you and your partner are both students, click here to learn how we may be able to help once USF classes resume on campus. *As part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the USF Counseling Center has temporarily suspended couples counseling services.*

Student Eligibility and Rights

All currently registered USF students who have paid the Tampa campus student health fee are eligible for Counseling Center services. Students have a right to professional and ethical services at the Counseling Center.


We adhere to professional, legal, and ethical guidelines established by the State of Florida, Professional organizations, and federal laws. Your counseling information will not be disclosed to anyone outside the Center's professional staff and/or the psychiatric staff of the Student Health Services without your written permission.