Student Counseling Center
The University of Texas at Tyler
The UT Tyler Student Counseling Center is committed to student success through supporting students in developing balance, resiliency, and overall well-being both academically and personally. The center serves the university and community of East Texas by providing meaningful outreach and community engagement.
Licensed mental health professionals provide UT Tyler students with individual and group counseling, crisis management, on-line self-help resources, physical and mental health promotion, and advocacy along with consultation to the UT Tyler community. A mental health professional also regularly visits the Longview and Palestine campuses to provide services for students taking courses on those campuses.
Students may schedule an appointment by calling 903.565.5746. A 24/7 Crisis Line is also available at 903.566.7254.
Online self-help tool
A self-help, completely private online library of behavioral health resources that includes interactive educational modules and practice tools to help you understand and manage how you feel, think and act. TAO Self Screening
- If you are taking classes at the Houston Engineering Center, you may utilize Student Health and Counseling Services on the UT Health Science Center at Houston campus.
- Appointments: 713.500.5171
- 24/7 Crisis Line: 713.500.4688
What to Do in a Crisis
Students can call the 24/7 Crisis Line at 903.566.7254 or visit the Student Counseling Counseling Center during regular business hours. For non-counseling issues, call Campus Police: 903.566.7300.Read More
LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
24/7 Crisis Line: 877.934.2131
Andrews Center Tyler Clinic is located at 2323 West Front St (Hwy. 31) Tyler, TX 75702
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