Student Counseling CenterOffice
The Student Counseling Center provides a wide range of confidential services to currently enrolled USD students at no cost. We offer individual and group counseling, as well as self-help tools and general health information, to help students take care of their mental health and access wellness during their time at USD.
The college years can be filled with new and enriching experiences but can also present challenges which may interfere with your academic progress and emotional well-being. The Student Counseling Center's (SCC) goal is to help you make the most of your years here at USD.
We are committed to providing students with the support they need to succeed. If you are struggling, please know that you are not alone. Contact the Student Counseling Center today to learn more about our services and how we can help.
Services We Offer
Meet USD Staff Member Jellybean
Jellybean Will NOT:
- Roam around and randomly walk up to you
- Be guaranteed in therapy sessions
- Be available for requests or visits
- Always be “leash in hand” and work in a private office
- Be used in sessions at the discretion of therapists
- Be available for visits on Thursdays at 12 p.m. in MUC-219
Faculty & Staff
- Imposter syndrome
- Disordered Eating
- Work/Life Balance
- Marijuana Education
- Alcohol Education
- Healthy Choices
- Suicide Prevention
- Sexual Assault
We provide recourses to assist faculty, staff and peers working with a student in need of assistance. To view these resources, please download our Coyote Resources Guide.
CARE Team (formerly known as BIT)
Do you know a student who needs assistance but do not know how to help? Please contact us for guidance to appropriate service and support provisions by phone at 605-677-5331, by email at email@example.com or fill out the form below.
Submit CARE Referral
Mental Health Resources at Your Fingertips
You have free unlimited access to over 150 brief, effective, educational sessions covering over 50 common topics and skills related to mental health, wellness, and substance use issues. The Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) platform includes interactive sessions, mindfulness exercises and practice tools to help you care for yourself and meet your goals.