Student Life & Services
The University of Houston-Victoria Counseling Center (UCC) offers a broad range of psychological services to all currently enrolled UHV students. The Center works to empower college students to become capable and competent leaders and professionals at work, at home, and in academia, assuming full responsibility for their own well-being while developing those positive traits that will improve quality of life and relationships for themselves and those around them. Counseling Center services are thus designed to support, encourage, educate, assist, and empower all scholars in a university setting. The Center supports students as they adjust to the challenges and transitions of university life and helps faculty and staff function more effectively in their work with UHV students. Through our endeavors, we both support and define the educational mission of the University of Houston-Victoria and facilitate mutual respect and understanding among people of diverse backgrounds by promoting health and wellness as one component enhancing student success and enrollment management.
Currently enrolled UHV students in Victoria and at the University of Houston System at Sugar Land (UHSSL) and University of Houston System Cinco Ranch(UHSCR) can use counseling center services. The Director of Counseling is available for referrals on each of these campuses.
A Student Center is located at Jaguar Hall. Students can enjoy comfortable seating, vending machines, a game area, ping-pong, pool, and large screen television. Table games and DVDs may be checked out at the Front Desk. Outdoor seating areas are also available for students’ enjoyment. A large dining area is available with a variety of food offerings. Study and meeting rooms are available and may be reserved at the Welcome Center. A Computer lab and printers are also available along with workout facilities.
UHV students are welcomed at The Victoria College Student Center where the bookstore is located, along with a dining, TV rooms, reading room, meeting rooms and a game area. A convenience store offers a variety of food and beverage items to meet the needs of students, faculty, staff, and visitors. A bookstore is also located at the UHSSL campus. There are vending machines at UHSSL and UHSCR for student use.
UH-Victoria students must conform to the university’s policies and procedures. Copies of the Student Conduct Code and the Academic Sanctions and Appeals Process are available in the Student Handbook at http://www.uhv.edu/handbook/108.aspx
Student Discount Program
Students are eligible for discounts at local businesses. A discount program brochure is available in the Office of Student Activities & Services.
The Student Handbook is intended to convey official university policy and procedures to students at the University of Houston-Victoria. Students should also refer to the UHV catalog, class schedules, or university officials for additional information. The Student Handbook may be accessed online at