Counseling Services on Campus

What is Counseling?

Counseling is talking with a qualified professional about concerns, issues, or problems that are interfering with some aspect of your life. Services are strictly confidential and free to students at St. Thomas University.

Why See a Counselor?

  • Stress
  • Loneliness
  • Relationship Problems
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Anxiety
  • Homesickness
  • College Life Adjustment
  • Roommate Concerns
  • Assertiveness
  • Grief
  • Depression
  • Personal and Emotional Growth
  • Eating Disorders
  • Body Image  
  • Burn Out
  • Life skills

Counseling services and referrals are available to all enrolled students at St. Thomas University at no cost. Our mission is to assist you to function more effectively and support your professional, emotional and educational growth, allowing development of life long planning skills and wellness while at St. Thomas University.

We take very seriously a student’s personal growth, their right to privacy, and their ability to overcome challenges. We work hard to provide you with a safe, respectful and supportive environment.

Students can receive a range of services. We offer individual, group, and couples counseling. We also sponsor programs throughout the year bringing you the latest information on topics such as: anxiety, stress, time management, relationships, health and wellness.

Students wishing to make an appointment to see a counselor can activate their Virtual Care Group App. by registering at Please use zip code 33054 when prompted.

Statement of Confidentiality

Counseling Services respects your right to privacy and highly adheres to confidentiality between counselor and student. Counseling services and records are strictly confidential. Information regarding visits and records are not disclosed without written consent from the student except when presented with a life threatening situation to protect and prevent harm to self or another individual.

Counseling Services records are separate from all other university files and are securely maintained in an electronic health record software. 

St. Thomas University Partners with United Healthcare Student Resource

Virtual mental health and psychiatric services are offered for students currently enrolled in the UHCSR plan. For more information, please click here