Dear Highlanders,

We are pleased to announce a partnership with Uwill, the leading student mental health and wellness solution. Uwill offers students free immediate access to teletherapy, a direct crisis connection, and wellness programming through its easy to use online platform.

With so many changes in the world and factors that compromise your health and wellness, we wanted to make sure that you had the support you needed, any time, any place. As an extension of the college’s Office of Counseling and Accessibility Services, whether you are on campus, studying from home, or studying abroad, Uwill is here for you!

Uwill gives you 24/7 access to counselors and mental health resources to help you cope with concerns that very from minor and manageable to severe. 

With Uwill, here’s what you get:



  • Students can schedule an immediate teletherapy appointment with a licensed counselor based on needs and preferences.
    • Choose a therapist based on immediacy, gender, language, focus area
    • Select a time that works best, with day, evening and weekend appointments.
  • Create your profile and get started in minutes.

Crisis Support:

  • If a student is experiencing a mental health crisis, Uwill provides a direct connection to a licensed counselor trained in trauma
  • Help is available 24/7/365 by calling 833-646-1526
  • If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911.


  • Students can access free on-demand wellness programming on the will platform.
  • First create your profile
  • Select wellness from the left navigation.
  • Relax & recharge your mind and body with yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and more!

Your wellbeing is the college’s top concern. Our goal is to make sure you are happy and healthy as you are studying and preparing for the rest of your lives. If you or a friend are experiencing any mental health concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Counseling Center or use any of the Uwill services listed above.  For additional information, please contact Ms. Alicia Dorton, Director of Counseling and Accessibility Services, at aliciad@gordonstate.edu.