The Counseling Center serves students experiencing a wide variety of difficulties, including among other issues, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, adjustment to college, stress, relationships, and substance abuse. The Center offers short-term individual counseling and assists in referrals to appropriate outside mental health clinics and/or therapists. The Center also organizes educational workshops, group counseling, and assists with crisis intervention. All Counseling Center services are free, confidential, and available to all registered students.
Students can be encouraged to go to the Counseling Center by professors, the Office of Housing and Residence Life, faculty, staff, the Health Center, administrators, athletics, the Office of Campus Ministry, the Office of Campus Security and Safety, friends, and family members. If you are concerned about a friend, please feel free to call us and talk. However, students must consent to counseling services even if they were referred by someone else.
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Counseling is a process that helps individuals explore personal issues or struggles through discussion with trained professionals. The services of the Counseling Center are confidential and private. Neither the identity of the students using the service nor any disclosures made by students are shared without written consent, except in cases involving clear and imminent danger to the student or others.
|Short-term (6 sessions on average)
Group & Couples
All Services are Free
|Stress or Pressure
Sadness or Depression
Anger or Irritability
Depression or Anxiety
Body Image or Appearance
Alcohol and Substance Use
Hate or Street Crime
Appointments for Counseling Services can be made ahead of time or as a walk-in. To make an appointment in advance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To request a same-day/walk-in/urgent session, please come to the Counseling Center in Founders Hall 333 and complete the walk-in paperwork in the waiting room.
Founders Hall 333