Our on-site counseling center offers a variety of services for currently enrolled students to assist with the management of personal challenges and the demands of college life.
Professional counselors provide a safe, confidential place to discuss concerns or problems interfering with personal growth and academic achievement. Counselors provide counseling and psychotherapy to work toward the resolution of difficulties and facilitate improved functioning within the areas of targeted concern. Counseling services are voluntary, though all First Year Students are required to attend at least three sessions during their first semester. All sessions are confidential and free of charge. Our counselors take great care in accommodating individual or specific learning needs during sessions.
In addition to providing individual services to students, counselors also offer various groups and workshops throughout the year, which reflect the needs of the current student body. Past groups have included: Social Skills, Assertive Communication, Transition Group, Women’s Issues, Men’s Issues, and Drug and Alcohol Education. Workshops offered recently include: Conflict Resolution, Stress Management, Time Management, Food and Mood, and Healthy Relationships/Healthy Sex.