CAPS building on University Blvd.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Statement on Violence, Racism, and Oppression

All staff members in the office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at , along with over 800 other college student mental health offices around the world, seek to advance the cause of collegiate mental health through innovation, education, and advocacy.

We are committed to inclusive excellence and the promotion of social justice.  CAPS strongly speaks out against racism, discrimination, oppression, and violence in its many forms.  

As college mental health professionals, we have long known that hatred, bigotry and the perpetration of racial and bias-motivated violence are harmful to EVERYONE'S mental and physical health, including those who espouse it and those who are hurt by it.  CAPS condemns language and behaviors that aim to harm and divide people.  We also view college mental health professionals as having a responsibility to facilitate greater self-understanding, value individual and group differences, encourage and model respectful dialogue, and support the right's of all people to live in communities that are safe and promote emotional well-being.  We also must be educators, role models, and advocates who seek to create healthy learning and living environments that reflect the diversity of our campuses and our society and who seek to eliminate the harm that comes from hatred and violence.


Our purpose is to help SUU students achieve their educational, career and personal goals. We understand that students’ first priority is to successfully earn a degree and we are here to assist them in addressing the stress and conflicts that may distract them from achieving their full potential. CAPS is staffed with experienced licensed mental health professionals including psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors who work with students to reduce the interference of everyday stress and also treat more serious conditions.

CAPS offers services including:

  • Individual counseling
  • Couples counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Biofeedback
  • Workshops
  • Psychiatric Services

All of our services are confidential* and free to SUU students. We strive to create a safe and welcoming environment for students of all ages, cultures, ethnicities, genders, gender identities, mental and physical abilities, national origins, races, religions, sexual orientations, sizes and socioeconomic statuses.

Students who have questions about the services we provide or who would like to initiate counseling services are welcome to come by our office or to call at (111) 865-8621.  

Our office is located at:
136 W. University Blvd. (Center St.)
Cedar City, UT 11111.

*There are some limits to confidentiality which your counselor will review during the first appointment.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911, contact SUU Police at 111-7793 or 111-1911, or go directly to the nearest emergency room.

Regular Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday --  8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Wednesday -- 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Please note that we are closed on all University holidays.