Foggy Bottom Hours


9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Walk-in Hours

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Mt. Vernon Walk-In Hours

UCC Fall 2014 Mount Vernon Walk-In Hours:  Monday - Friday, 3pm to 7pm Services Available:  initial assessments,

How We Can Help

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-judgemental environment for students to discuss concerns.

Read More

Latest News & Updates

UCC Announces Fall 2014 Mt. Vernon Hours

August 23, 2014

Starting Monday, August 25, the University Counseling Center will provide direct services on the Mount Vernon Campus. There will be a UCC staff clinician available Mondays through Fridays, 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Academic Building, Suite 119, to provide the following services: initial assessments to access counseling services; walk-in services for students with urgent needs; crisis intervention; and consultations about students of concern.

UCC Closing for Independence Day holiday

July 03, 2014

The University Counseling Center will be closing early today, Thursday, July 3rd at 2:00pm and will remain closed through the weekend in observance of the Independence Day holiday.

University Counseling Center Announces Summer Hours

June 01, 2014

The University Counseling Center will continue to offer counseling services on the Foggy Bottom Campus to eligible students during the summer semester. The center, located in Suite 330 at 2033 K Street, NW, will operate during normal business hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Walk-in hours will be held between noon and 4 p.m. The summer schedule will run from May 19 to Aug. 25.

Q & A With the Dean of Student Affairs: CARE Network Helps to Identify and Support Students in Need

April 24, 2014

The George Washington University’s CARE Network, launched in 2013 and led by the network’s case manager Tracy Arwari, connects students in need to resources around campus. Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski sat down with George Washington Today to discuss how the CARE Network operates.

11 tips to keep in mind

Learn about things to keep in mind as you or a loved one manage reactions and emotions.