The University of Mississippi is proud to offer counseling services to all of our regional campuses. Students and faculty can enjoy accessible and confidential wellness and counseling services.
Students and faculty both are encouraged to take advantage of the Universities convenient telehealth services. Appointments can be made by calling the University Counseling Center (UCC) office at 662-915-3784.
All students and faculty are also welcome to take advantage of in-person services, including Psychiatric care, at our Oxford campus during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
All currently enrolled students, including students at satellite campuses, are eligible for counseling services.
Students currently enrolled in at least three credit hours, including non-degree seeking students, are eligible for counseling services.
Students of satellite campuses are eligible for counseling services via the UCC’s telehealth services, or in person at the University Counseling Center’s Oxford office (Lester Hall, 2nd & 3rd Floor)
In addition to enrollment status, a student must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible to receive counseling services without a release signed by a parent or legal guardian. If a student presents to the counseling center and is under the age of 18, the student’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must sign a release prior to the student’s receiving services.
SUMMER STUDENTS: Students who are considered continuously enrolled and eligible for services include those who were enrolled in the previous Spring semester and are enrolled in the upcoming Fall semester.
UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES: All eligible employees of the University of Mississippi’s regional campuses are encouraged to take advantage of the UCC’s services via the Employee Assistance Program (EAP-MH).
To determine if your are an eligible employee, please Click Here for more information, or contact Human Resources.
Students will not incur charges for standard counseling sessions unless the student misses their appointment or arrives more than 15 minutes late. In these cases, a $50 charge will be assessed to the students Bursar account.
We respectfully ask that, if you are unable to attend your appointment, you call our offices to cancel with at least 24-hour advanced notice. If your appointment is canceled less than 2 hours before your appointment time, you will also incur a charge of $50 to your Bursar account.
University Staff will incur similar charges via payroll deductions for late cancellations and missed appointments.
Regional Campus Counselor
Katie Harrison, LPC-S
Telemental Health for Regional Campuses