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Counseling Center

Welcome to the Counseling Center!

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STAND4YOU Suicide Prevent

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Campus Against Violence Program! 


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LGBTQ Virtual Center website launched!


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Managing the psychological/emotional aspects of H1N1 flu


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Mission Statement

The primary purpose of the Counseling Center is the provision of high quality and professional mental health services including prevention, assessment, and treatment of psychological problems, emotional concerns, or mental conditions of individuals or groups.  The Counseling Center also aims to provide mental health promotion, education related early problem detection and intervention, student advocacy, and effective access to services.  In alignment with the mission of the University and Student Affairs, goals are to promote student welfare and psychological wellbeing, academic success, and a safe and healthy campus community.  Through a graduate internship Training Program, the Center also provides quality education and supervision for master’s students in social work and other counseling programs.


  • To provide therapy and counseling services to students who may be experiencing psychological, interpersonal, or behavioral difficulties
  • To provide consultation to faculty, staff, parents, and students to help foster an environment that is conducive to students’ psychological, intellectual, emotional, and physical development
  • To provide training, outreach, mental health promotion, and other programs for students, faculty, and staff
  • To provide education, training, and supervision to graduate students to foster their development as competent mental health professionals

The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services.

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