Student Health Services
University of South Carolina


Support Following a Tragedy

When we are impacted as a nation, a region and a community through such tragic mass violence, it can take a toll on each of us. In general, people are resilient and get through these difficult times. Recent events can create a sense of insecurity, a feeling of being unsafe and feelings of confusion, worry, grief and fear. This can trigger our own past trauma, grief and loss. If you identify as a member of a community impacted, you can feel even more overwhelmed with a variety of responses.

We encourage you to take steps to care for yourself, connect with others around you and, if needed, use the professional supports in our community. Reach out to Counseling & Psychiatry if you need professional support. Counselors will see any student, faculty or staff member at no charge regardless of whether they are currently enrolled in classes. Call 803-777-5223. If a faculty or staff member would like to speak to a professional outside the university, call the Employee Assistance Program at 866-327-2400.


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    Uninterrupted Prescription Coverage
    To allow uninterrupted prescription coverage during breaks throughout the year (winter break, summer break, etc.), students with the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan through AIG can click here to renew their coverage. Once in the site, enter your e-mail address and password, then click the "renewal" button for the upcoming semester.

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Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention

Sexual assault is never the survivor's fault, and it's never tolerated at the University of South Carolina. We urge survivors to seek help from the resources at www.sc.edu/stopsexualassault and from our Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention office. As members of the Carolina family, we all can better understand our responsibilities to help care for our community. Together we can stop sexual assault.

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Suicide Prevention Trainings

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training will teach you the warning signs of a suicidal person and early signs of depression, assist you in gaining confidence in how to respond and educate you about the resources available at the University of South Carolina.

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