Students often come to the UCS with problems that are most effectively addressed in group counseling. These groups are free, unlimited, and open to all university enrolled students.
To begin individual counseling at the UCS, the first step is to schedule a meeting with a UCS staff member for an initial consultation appointment.
In addition to individual and group counseling, the UCS also offers brief couples counseling. This service is designed to address relationship concerns between people who are involved in an intimate relationship.
The UCS offers an initial consultation appointment for the purposes of discussing your concerns and arriving at the best course of action for resolution of your concerns.
Currently enrolled students at the University of Iowa can call the UCS at (319) 335-7294 or stop by one of our offices to schedule an appointment.
University of Iowa Student Health and Wellness (SHW) and The University Counseling Service (UCS) are pleased to offer medical and mental health services for Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary students seeking assistance/support as part of transitioning.
Collegiate Recovery Program
The University of Iowa Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) provides an environment that supports the therapeutic and educational needs of Iowa students who are considering recovery, in recovery, or wanting to support those in any stage of recovery from addiction.
Currently enrolled students are eligible for clinical services at UCS. âCurrent enrollmentâ is determined by your status in MAUI.
As someone who cares about students and their well-being, it is completely understandable that you may want to know specifics regarding the therapeutic content and/or services that a student might be participating in at the UCS.
If you are a parent, faculty/staff member, friend, partner, or loved one of a University of Iowa student and have concerns about the studentâs mental health or life situation, you are welcome to call the UCS, (319) 335-7294, and speak with a staff member regarding your concerns.