We recognize that our students’ time at the university, the impact of the pandemic and other factors may cause stress and anxiety. At UCF, we care about each and every one of our students and are building this culture of care one Knight at a time.
Know that you are not alone. Seeking help is a sign of strength. UCF is here to help.
- UCF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Individual and group mental health support
- CAPS After-Hours Crisis Hotline: 407-823-2811
- Togetherall: An anonymous peer support online community monitored 24/7 by trained professionals
- Wellness & Health Promotion Services: Social wellness, nutrition, stress management and coaching resources that promote well-being
- Student Academic Resource Center: Peer tutoring and academic support to help you succeed in your courses
- Student Care Services: Guidance, resources and referrals for students in a distressing situation that impacts academic or personal success
- UCF Victim Services: Advocacy and support for survivors of crime, violence or abuse
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255, a 24/7, free and confidential support line for people in distress, along with prevention and crisis resources
Knights care for one another. Seeking help for yourself or a fellow Knight is a courageous action. To learn more about the signs of distress you should look for, visit our Student Care Services page. You can play a role in supporting someone in need by filling out this form so we can reach out and help reduce that Knight’s barriers to wellness and success.
It is OK to not always be OK. Remember that UCF cares about you, and if you should find yourself or a fellow Knight needing assistance, we can help you.