Counseling Services provides confidential personal counseling, which is covered by tuition.
Our professional counselors offer:
Personal confidential personal assessment and counseling
Group Counseling/ psychoeducation
Residence hall programming
Student club and organization training
Alcohol and drug abuse counseling/ education
Common Topics Discussed in Counseling
Adjusting to college
Alcohol/substance use and abuse
Identity loneliness/ homesickness
Counseling Services Information
Who seeks counseling and why?
Counseling offers a safe place to explore issues that are affecting you, get help figuring out what your options are, and develop ideas about how to handle different situations. A counselor can provide objective feedback, offer some new ways to cope with situations, provide information about other resources, or just simply listen while you sort through an issue out loud.
What do students talk about in counseling?
Students can talk to personal counselors about roommates, homesickness, adjusting to college, academic concerns, difficulty sleeping, relationship issues, anxiety, depression and much more. The information you share in your personal counseling sessions is confidential. No one has access to what you say in your sessions, or even that you are coming to Counseling Services for counseling, unless you give written permission for your counselor to share that information. Counseling Services staff are bound by confidentiality.
Is there a fee for counseling services?
Counseling services are included in the tuition of full-time undergraduate students.
The Counseling Services staff is here to serve you! Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
Director of Counseling Services, Adjunct Faculty Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies
Assistant Director, Personal Counselor