Foggy Bottom Hours

Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Walk-in Hours
Monday- Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Mount Vernon Campus Walk-In Hours

Monday - Friday, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Services Available  
Initial Assessments
Walk-in Services
Crisis Intervention

How We Can Help

SHS, UCC, and CADE have moved to the Marvin Center, Ground Floor at 800 21st Street Northwest.

We are the primary mental health agency for GW students and the rest of the campus community. We support mental health and personal development by collaborating with students to overcome challenges and difficulties that may interfere with academic, emotional, and personal well-being. Our professional counselors provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for students to discuss concerns.

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Latest News & Updates

Support for Students Affected by Incidents at International House

March 18, 2015

The Mental Health Services' team values social justice and its impact on the student body.  We would like to offer support to those who have been emotionally affected by the incidents at Internatio

Colonial Health Center will be temporarily closed, Thursday, March 12th from 11-Noon

March 11, 2015

The Colonial Health Center will be temporarily closed on Thursday, March 12th from 11am-Noon.

UCC @ MVC Closed during Spring Break

March 09, 2015

The UCC's offices at the Mount Vernon Campus will be CLOSED during Spring Break (March 9-14), and will re-open at 3:00pm on Monday, March 16.

Colonial Health Center OPEN, UCC @ MVC CLOSED Today, Friday, March 6th

March 06, 2015

The Colonial Health Center is open and operating on the normal schedule today however UCC @ MVC is CLOSED today, Friday March 6th.

Learn More about the NEW Colonial Health Center

Free Online Screenings

Confidential and free screenings are available to all GW students. Our goals are to provide you with information about the warning signs of particular mental illnesses and to let you know how to get help on or off campus for yourself or for a friend.

Making the Transition to Campus Life

Watch the UCC's Dr. Stacie Ain offer tips for managing wellness during the academic year