1. Mental Health Appointments

To make an appointment with Counseling Services, you can schedule the appointment online through Health-e-Messaging, or by calling 530-752-0871.

  • Counseling is free for all registered UC Davis students.
  • Counselors are also located on campus in four colleges, three professional schools, Graduate Studies and resource centers for historically underserved and marginalized communities (the latter being Community Advising Network counselors).
  • After hours you can get a Counseling Services consultation by calling 530-752-0871. 

2. Other Confidential Resources

  • Center for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE): 530-752-3299| The University CARE advocate provides free, confidential crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment services to any survivor of sexual assault, intimate partner violence or stalking.  Services are available to any UC Davis student, staff or faculty.
  • Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC): 530-752-3372 | The WRRC is a confidential unit which offers information, support and referrals on a wide range of topics, including sexual assault and dating violence. WRRC spaces, programs, and services are open to all.

3. Additional Support Services

  • Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers (AATC): 530-752-2013
    • AATC offers classes, workshops, office hours, content reviews, and individual appointments to support students in math, science, and writing with professional staff and peer tutors.
  • Student Disability Center: 530-752-3184
    • For general information please call the Student Disability Center (SDC) using the number above.
    • To request services, students:
      • Disclose their disability to a Student Disability Center Specialist and participate in an interactive interview
      • Submit appropriate, supporting documentation of disability and functional/academic limitations 
      • Follow SDC policies regarding accommodation access
    • Accommodations are:
      • Determined and based on the student’s interview, documentation, & accommodation history
      • Reviewed on a case-by-case and course-by-course basis
      • Typical accommodations include: Extended Time on Exams, Reduced Distraction Testing Environment, Note Taking Support, Priority Registration, Minimum Progress Waiver, Computer Use for Exams, Consideration for Absences, Preferential Seating, Scanning services/Course materials in an Alternative Format, Captioning, Adaptive classroom furniture, Scribe for exams, Lab Assistant

To explore all support resources on campus, visit our interactive Mental Health Map to find the mental health resource that works for you!