The Counseling Center helps students deal with a variety of personal concerns and decisions in a private and confidential setting. Unlike some high schools there is no mandatory counseling session. The decision to seek counseling is completely up to you.
Some of the concerns that draw students to the Center can be confusions, anxiety, depression, or loneliness adjusting to living away from home, romantic concerns — commitment, jealousy, etc. family concerns — including parental divorce, self-destructive use of alcohol or drugs, eating disorders. Counseling is provided on a voluntary basis.
All contacts are completely confidential and are not recorded on the student's university records. Information is not released to anyone without the student's permission.
Study Skills Center
Located within the Counseling Center, 106 Corr Hall, this service is staffed by a study skills counselor who can help you make the adjustment to the academic demands of college, improve your study skills and help develop a better approach to time management and self-motivation.