The Health & Counseling Center (HCC) is committed to providing quality services focused on enhancing academic success, personal development and well-being.
Health Services Monday - Thursday 9am - 2pm (in person)
Counseling Center Hours Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm (virtual only)
We want to make it as easy as possible for all St. Edward’s University students to get connected to services — especially during this time of uncertainty and concern brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
LiveWellSEU is a university initiative that centers on a holistic approach to wellness and well-being. LiveWellSEU helps students, faculty and staff prioritize their well-being so that they can thrive in all areas of life — mind, body and spirit. Through LiveWellSEU, St. Edward's helps you develop skills and life-long coping strategies so that you can learn how to take care of yourself and succeed while on the hilltop — and beyond.
Located in Lady Bird Johnson Hall, the Health & Counseling Center provides two different types of services: Health Services and Counseling Services.
Partnering with Ascension Medical Group Seton (AMG), the HCC provides convenient, affordable, and quality health care including a wide range of acute and preventative services. Students, faculty, and staff may receive care through HCC’s Health Services. Learn more.
Serving all enrolled St. Edward’s University students, the HCC’s expert clinical staff provide a variety of individual counseling opportunities, group services and topical well-being workshops. Students can call the Hilltopper Helpline 24/7/365 to receive real-time, immediate support.
University leadership, along with faculty and staff, are continuously monitoring and making plans to ensure your safety, as well as the safety of our entire hilltop community. Check out Healthy Hilltop, which will be your new go-to site for all information related to the pandemic.
The St. Edward’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) cares for students, faculty, and staff who may be in distress. Keep our community healthy and safe — learn how to report a concern, identify the behaviors of someone in distress, and become familiar with available resources.