UC CAPS provides all actively enrolled, matriculating students with four free counseling appointments per semester. This includes an initial 50 minute assessment and three follow-up individual counseling appointments. Appointments thereafter are billed according to our fee structure (fee structure). In order to make services widely available to the entire UC student body, CAPS has implemented a 10-session, brief-counseling model per academic year. Students who are in need of more intensive, frequent or long-term counseling or specialized services are supported in finding outside care.
Sexual Assault Program
The sexual assault services program of the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers confidential crisis intervention, support group, and ongoing individual counseling services to UC students who are survivors of sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking, and/or intimate partner violence (IPV). CAPS staff will assist students to connect with appropriate resources on campus and community for education, safety planning, academic and housing accommodation, etc. This program is provided at no cost to UC students. Please visit Sexual Assault Program for more information on Reporting Allegations of Discrimination or Harassment, Sexual Assault FAQ and Resources for Survivors.
To access any of the services of the sexual assault services program or to request a consultation, contact CAPS at 513-556-0648 (8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday) during office hours. After office hours, please contact our 24 hour Sexual Assault Support Helpline at 513-556-0648 and press 1 for a consultant.
After office hours, please contact community partner, Women Helping Women at (513) 381-5610 (24 hour hotlines).
The information provided on this website is maintained by CAPS. It is not intended to be a substitute for mental health services provided by a mental health professional. Additionally, the viewer takes responsibility for interpretation and use of any information provided on this website.