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Please be aware Student Counseling & Wellness Services (SC&WS) has relocated to Modular C, Room 166. Please be aware that you must enter Mod C from the back entrance in order to access SC&WS. For more information, please call our office at (210) 784-1331.

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On-Campus Spring 2019

SC&WS is offering "Managing My Anxiety & Taking Back Control" Group Therapy series. The focus of the group is to increase self-awareness related to anxiety symptoms, triggers, and cues. The goal is to provide students with resources to manage and cope with anxiety. Click here or the image below for more information.Manage Your Anxiety and Take Back Control

 Looking for something fun to do on March 1?!? The Jaguar First Friday on March 1 will be our exciting Glow Dance Party with free food, photo booth fun, dance contests, and lots of free give-a-ways, including an ASUS Laptop!  Come join us from 7-9 p.m. in the Pavilion for fun and dancing! This event is open to all students. We hope to see your Glow on March 1! Click here or the image below to RSVP in JagSync.Jaguar First Friday on March 1


The Office of Student Counseling & Wellness Services (SC&WS) provides short-term individual, couples, and group counseling services.  Additionally, we offer consultation, case management and prevention services that facilitate students’ academic and life goals and enhance their personal growth and well-being.  Our staff, of licensed mental health professionals, can work with you to identify more effective strategies both to cope with difficult situations and achieve goals set with your counselor. 

All enrolled A&M-SA students are eligible to receive an intake appointment to assess your needs. The intake is used to make treatment recommendations based on your symptoms, severity, appropriateness of services, and availability of resources. At the conclusion of the intake appointment, your provider will render a clinical recommendation based on services that are best suited to your needs. Counseling Services are as confidential as the law allows and are not part of a student's academic or university record.