SAFETY PROTOCOLS: At this time, requests for in-person outreach requires description of safety guidelines/protocols in place at the time of your event. The CWC will not fulfill in-person outreach requests that do not meet current health & safety guidelines of the Center for Disease Control. If your event is in-person, please provide details on safety requirements for your event (i.e. mask requirement, physical distancing, attendance size, etc.).

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CWC does outreaches across campus to inform students, family, faculty, and staff about mental health concerns affecting the UF campus. Please complete the CWC Outreach Request Form, or the AWARE Outreach Request form.

To be able to accommodate your request, we ask that you reach out to us at least 3-4 weeks  before your event to increase the likelihood that we may find someone to meet your request.

We will continue to accept interview requests from established media outlets (e.g., the Alligator, WUFT, etc.).  We also kindly ask you to please refrain from messaging individual staff members to request interviews. For interview requests from UF students for course projects or class assignments, please submit request 2 weeks in advance. Student who require interview contribution before two weeks are encouraged to use our Ask It! service to receive response to 1-3 interview questions within 5-7 business days.
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CWC Outreach Request

Please complete the CWC Outreach Request Form if you’d like us to provide an outreach to your class, department, or student organization.

Our counselors can provide presentations, workshops, training, discussions, and participation in your tabling events.

Outreach Request Form

CWC AWARE Ambassadors Outreach Request

AWARE: Awareness Wellness Ambassadors Reaching Everyone.
Through outreach initiatives on campus AWARE seeks to reduce the stigma around seeking mental health resources and services.

AWARE Outreach Request Form

Kognito Outreach Request

Kognito is a free online course with a live simulation to help students, faculty, and staff identify signs of psychological distress, learn how to have difficult conversations about mental health with friends, and refer students to mental health resources.

We offer two live Kognito presentations, both 15-20 minutes long. One introduces Kognito and the other reinforces skills learned after completing Kognito. You can request these presentations with the button below, or visit for resources and pre-recorded presentations.

Kognito Outreach Request Form

suicide prevention and education

The Counseling and Wellness Center’s Suicide Prevention & Education program is a campus-wide outreach and education program focused on the prevention of suicide through training. To learn more go to: Suicide Prevention Trainings.