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Health and Counseling Center  


We have moved!


The Health & Counseling Center is now open in our new location at 118 W.T. Weaver Boulevard between the UNC image of WT Weaver building
Asheville main entrance roundabout and Merrimon Avenue. 

You can ride a shuttle from the Governor's Hall covered bus stop or walk the lovely Glenn's Creek Greenway to see us.


Facilities and Services

Health & Counseling Center services are available to all currently enrolled UNC Asheville students. We work collaboratively with you and other Health & Counseling Center staff from an integrated, holistic perspective in an effort to enhance our student’s personal, social, and academic endeavors. The Health & Counseling Center offers medical, counseling, and psychiatric appointments and can be accessed by calling or stopping by. Although we strive to accommodate student schedules, we do operate on an appointment basis. Emergency services are available for students in distress.

Our medical providers in Health Services are available to assist you with various illnesses and injuries. Office visits and medical examinations are free of charge. Small fees are required for laboratory services, medications and minor surgical procedures.

Our mental health professionals in Counseling Services are available for short-term, goal-oriented individual counseling appointments and often design various group counseling experiences depending on demand for services. We see students for a wide variety of issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, substance use/abuse, anger, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, and self-awareness. Individual counseling appointments are usually 50 minutes in length. Our center works from a solution-focused, brief counseling model due to high demand for services. Sometimes issues come up that cannot be satisfactorily addressed within this model and are outside the scope of our services. Together, you and your counselor may explore finding an off-campus resource for more appropriate intensive or longer-term ongoing care.


Office Hours

Monday – Friday
8 am - 4:30 pm

After-Hours Care

For Physical Health:

Students who need medical attention after-hours can use Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care facility near campus located at 1201 Patton Avenue. You may also choose to report to Mission Hospital Emergency Department located at 509 Biltmore Avenue or call local emergency services by dialing 911.

For Mental Health:

Students who are experiencing a psychological emergency can call Campus Police at 828.251.6710 and request to speak with the counselor on-call. You may also choose to contact Mobile Crisis at 1.888.573.1006.

We are open regardless of inclement weather.

Please note that we are closed over university holidays.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
We are open regardless of inclement weather
and appointments will remain as scheduled
unless otherwise notified.

Emergency Information

If you have a psychological emergency and Counseling Services is closed, please call University Police at 828.251.6710 and request to speak to the emergency counselor or call 911.
If you have a health emergency, please call 911.


Last edited by on January 23, 2014