Mental health student services on campus include the provision of counselling and psychotherapy, utilizing a variety of theoretical approaches and of varied duration. In some clinics, counselling and psychotherapy is provided within session limits or “brief” and “short-term” approaches are adopted. Some services also use outcome measures to evaluate change as a result of these interventions (e.g., Outcomes Rating Scale, Outcomes Questionnaire-45, Behavioral Health Measure, Behaviour and Symptom Identification Scale). For some clinics, counselling services are provided by mental health trainees as part of practicum placements or internships. We are interested in featuring counselling or psychotherapy models where clinics can demonstrate positive outcomes in terms of service delivery efficiencies (e.g., access, flow, wait times), training outcomes, or treatment outcomes. We are also interested in hearing from campuses that would be interested in creating a data consortium on treatment outcomes, using a common measures approach to assist in establishing national benchmarks. For project submission or inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.