From my perspective I have students regularly emailing me asking for extensions or exemptions from tests, assignments, etc. based on some mental health issue, where the common refrain is "I have gone to the university's counseling services so that I can get registered with disability services (in order to qualify for alternate exam arrangements, etc) but the next available appointment slot is 2 months from now." Oh, and the student health plan gives students four hours of counseling (FOUR hours) before they're kicked to the curb and they have to find an off-campus counselor or therapist which they usually can't afford.
In other words, the demand for on-campus counseling services far outstrips the resources available to students, and I've heard from colleagues that this is also the case at other unis. So unless the University of Florida has a stand-out cornucopia of funding and personnel for its counseling services, then I can't understand why the hell this is even a thing.
- Prof Poopiehead