U Asia Campus

Home Wellness and Mental Health

Wellness and Mental Health

IGC Health Center
IGC Health Center
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Mental Health Counseling Center
Mental Health Counseling Center
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External Support Services
External Support Services
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IGC Health Center

Location: Multi-Complex Building 3068

Mon - Fri: 09:00 –17:30 (Closed Sat, Sun, National holiday in Korea)

Lunch break: 12:00 –13:00

About Available Services

The Incheon Global Campus Health Center provides primary and outpatient clinical care for students and staff on campus. Services include medical care for injuries, symptom management, medication treatment, health screenings and health consultations. Incheon Global Campus Health Center strives to help students succeed by promoting healthy lifestyles and creating a healthy campus environment.

Medical Services

  • Treatment of illness/injuries,Symptom management, OTC medication
  • Vital signs (Blood pressure, Pulse oximeter, blood sugar test etc.)
  • Measurement of height and weight, BMI (Body Mass Index), Eyesight test
  • Depression screening test, Information of counseling center
  • Health consultations,Health care information
  • Provide nearest clinic/hospital information
  • Free rental services (wheelchair, crutches, arm sling, ice/hot pack)

Medical Emergency on Campus

  • 119
  • Nearest Emergency Room
    • Nasaret International Hospital: 82-32-899-9999o
    • InhaUniversity Hospital: 82-32-890-2114oGachon
    • University Gil Medical Center: 1577-2299
  • During office hours, registered nurse will be available to help you

Sexual Violence Prevention on Campus

If you have experienced sexual violence of any kind, your safety and medical needs are of primary concern. We encourage all members of our community to report all incidents of sexual violence and encourage victims to seek support and care. Call the police 112 (immediately)

Seek Support

The sooner a survivor works with a counselor and/or support group the better recovery.
  • Health Center on campus: 82-32-626-0553
  • Sexual Offense Services for 24hours: 1366 (Crisis phone)
  • Sexual Assault Prevention, Support & Counseling
    • KSVRC (Korea Sexual Violence Relief Center)
    • Contact: 82-2-338-5801, www.sisters.or.kr
* Do not wash until you get a medical exam for evidence collection

, yiseo.kim@utah.edu

Mental Health Counseling Center

Location: Multi-Complex Building 3051, 3052
(032) 626-5142, 6142
helena.choi@utah.edu, yiseo.kim@utah.edu

Mon-Thu 08:00-20:00, Fri 08:00-13:00 (reservation recommended)

About Available Services

The Counseling Center provides comprehensive support services that promote the personal, social, and academic success of UAC students. All inquiries and discussions are treated confidentially.

We can talk about

  • Adjusting to life on campus
  • Helping students in distress
  • Building healthy relationships
  • Balancing work, life, and school
  • Suicide awareness and prevention
  • Diversity issues
  • Mindful coping
  • Dealing with stress
  • Effective communication
  • Coping with grief and loss

Eligibility for services

Student counseling Service is available to currently enrolled students of the University of Utah Asia Campus. All students at the University of Utah Asia Campus are eligible for 12 counseling sessions per year at no cost. If the therapist determines that additional mental health counseling would be beneficial for a particular student, the therapist will refer the student to other experts in the Incheon community who may be able to assist the particular student. There are no fees for attending counseling at student counseling services.

Make an appointment

To schedule an appointment for counseling services, please sign up for an appointment below or call 032-626-5142 & 6142, email helena.choi@utah.edu or yiseo.kim@utah.edu, or stop by the counseling office (MCB3051, 3052).

schedule appointment

Additional Support Services

24/7 | No Cost | Confidential

Support Needed
My Student Support Program (My SSP) at the U
immediate and/or ongoing confidential, 24-hour support, yearround for any school, health, or general life concern at no cost to the student.
Lifeline Korea
24-hour service to people in Korea that are depressed or at risk of suicide
24-hour counseling and mental health support for people in Korea depressed or at risk of suicide
Korean, English
Mental Health Center Crisis Counseling
24-hour counseling & mental health support for people in Korea depressed or at risk of suicide
Korean, English
Ministry of Health & Wellness Center
Service for people in Korea who are depressed or at risk
Korean, English


Suicide Prevention Hotline
24-hour crisis support for people in Korea

Korean, English