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Division of Student Affairs

University Counseling Services

Jihad Aziz

University Counseling Services provides psychological services to the university community. The mission of UCS is to create an environment that fosters student growth, development and psychological well-being.

Members of UCS’ professional staff include clinical psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, a consulting psychiatrist, psychology and social work interns, and advanced graduate students. UCS provides free brief psychotherapy to currently enrolled students as available. UCS adheres to professional, legal and ethical guidelines established by professional organizations and state law to protect student confidentiality.

University Counseling Services include:

UCS has office locations on both campuses. The Monroe Park Campus office is located in University Student Commons, Room 238, 907 Floyd Ave., P.O. Box 842525, Richmond, VA 23284-2525; telephone: (804) 828-6200. The MCV Campus office is located in the basement of Grant House, 1008 E. Clay St., P.O. Box 980238, Richmond, VA 23298-0238; telephone: (804) 828-3964.

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