Emergency Numbers

UNE Security

From campus phone: Ext. 366
From cell phone: (207) 283-0176

Crisis Response

An off-campus resource, available 24 hours/day.
(888) 568-1112

At UNE, we're committed to your psychological and emotional health.

The Student Counseling Center at the University of New England provides a variety of services designed to support the psychological and emotional health of the undergraduate and graduate student populations.

Individual or Group Counseling

Our services are offered at no cost to UNE students. Sessions are scheduled by appointment. However, we also respond to emergencies and crises.

Conflict Resolution

Conflict is a natural result of transition, growth, changing environments and personality differences. Conflict Resolution Services are designed to help students, faculty and staff resolve or manage disputes with the assistance of a neutral party. We can help assess the issue, diffuse the hostility and problem solve. Additionally, our staff offer workshops and other training to members of the University community.

Consultation and Outreach

Our staff is specially trained in group dynamics, conflict resolution and interpersonal communication, and provides consultation to students, staff and faculty groups.

Health Promotion

To address the on-going needs of UNE's population, our staff are available for workshops, special issues groups, informational sessions, and developmental programming and consultation.



8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment

Biddeford Campus

Petts Health Center
Telephone: (207) 602-2549
Toll-Free: (866) 743-2230

Portland Campus 

Lower Level Ginn Hall (next to the Student Health Center)
Telephone: (207) 221-4550
Toll-Free: (866) 798-9201

Students can generally be seen within a week of their initial request and under emergency circumstances, can often be seen during the same day. It is important to us that students who seek our services do so out of their own choice, so we require all students to make their own appointments.

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