SUTD regards the emotional and mental health of its students as important to supporting their academic functioning and personal growth.

In line with the University’s endeavour to promote mental health and wellbeing among the student community, the Wellbeing Services was set up to meet the emotional and psychological needs of the students. 


We are located at SUTD Building 1, Level 5, Room 1.517 (near Lobby C).

To make an appointment, please email to and indicate the preferred dates and times of appointment.

Operating Hours: Mondays to Fridays (closed on weekends and public holidays)

Students attending counselling for the first time will be required to complete a Registration Form.

As counselling is a private and confidential matter, the Wellbeing Services does not encourage the presence of an external party during the counselling session, unless the SUTD Counsellors assess that it is necessary.


The Wellbeing Services provide the following services to the SUTD community:

  • professional counselling service at no charge for students who are currently enrolled at SUTD;
  • self-help psycho-educational resources for students;
  • talks, workshops and training for the University community to promote the development of personal growth, life skills and mental health and wellbeing; and
  • support to critical incidents involving students who may need immediate psychological or medical care.

Note: SUTD’s counselling services are not available to alumni and members of the general public.

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    The Wellbeing Services follows a set of protocols.

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    Find out what are the available community resources and read or download free self-help material.

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    More information on our FAQ page.