University of Rochester

There is a UCC professional on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, for emergencies

UCC On-Call: (585) 275-3113

On Campus Security Emergency x13

Life Line: (585) 275-5151

On Campus Security Non-Emergency: 5-3333

Off-Campus Security: (585) 275-3333

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UCC Location & Hours

Appointments: (585) 275-3113

Fax Number: (585) 442-0815

Box 270356, 738 Library Road
UHS Building
Rochester, New York 14627

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University Counseling Center (UCC)

Susan B. Anthony Halls and UHS/UCC

Response to National News and Policy Changes:
The University of Rochester University Counseling Center (UCC) is deeply concerned about the White House Administration's new policy preventing the entry of citizens of seven countries to the United States for the next 90 days. We recognize the impact that recent policy changes may have on members of the U of R campus community in general, and some members of international, minority, and faith groups specifically. Read More

The College Center for Advising Services is sponsoring Academic Success Seminars.
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UR students, staff and faculty - if you have someone you are concerned about, remember that the UCC is available for consults 24/7, just call us (585) 275-3113, or make use of the CARE network to help someone get connected to all the support and UR services they need!

We invite you to learn more about us by exploring this website and by calling or visiting us.

If you are a University of Rochester student, or concerned about a University of Rochester student, who is experiencing a mental health emergency, please call the UCC Professional On-Call at (585) 275-3113

The University Counseling Center (UCC) provides a comprehensive initial assessment and an individualized treatment plan to members of the University of Rochester community who pay the mandatory health fee. Based on the initial assessment, a treatment plan is developed by the clinician that addresses the client's unique needs and concerns. This plan may include recommendations such as, but not limited to: group therapy, workshops, brief therapy, referrals to community provider for specialized treatment or longer term therapy services, Therapist Assisted On-line (TAO), case management services, psychiatry or other campus services.