Students at the USF Sarasota-Manatee campus have access to a wide variety of counseling, wellness and health services through the Counseling Center, Student Health Services (SHS), and other campus resources.
Located directly on campus in SMD 105 (in the portable building by the basketball court), medical services for primary and specialty care, along with COVID-related symptoms, are available by SHS at the Sarasota-Manatee campus. Medical services can also be offered via tele-health video consultation.
Our counselors offer you an opportunity to address your concerns, better understand yourself and learn effective coping strategies – all in a personalized, confidential way. Counseling and wellness resources are available on all campuses.
Student Health Services
From primary medical care to referrals and educational services, we strive to promote healthy choices and self-care through traditional medical services, as well as preventative and proactive services. The best part? Primary care is free for students! Visit us in SMD 104 (modular building by the basketball courts) today!
TimelyCare provides free virtual mental health care and well-being support for USF students. It is an on-demand, virtual care service that is accessible 24/7 from your phone or a desktop from anywhere in the U.S. Services include TalkNow, Scheduled Counseling, Psychiatry (through referral), Health Coaching, and Self-Care Content. No insurance needed!
Togetherall is an online peer-to-peer platform, offering a safe space to connect with others experiencing similar feelings. And, if sharing isn’t your thing, Togetherall has resources to help you look after yourself.
How You Can Help Others
If someone you know may need assistance with problems such as depression, stress management, anxiety, substance abuse or relationship concerns, then you may be able to help by referring them to the Counseling Center or to the Student CARE Team.
USF has many university resources available to provide guidance, support, and wellness services for students and their well-being. Be sure to check out these other resources available to you as a USF student: