Services and Programs

Individual Counseling

Any personal concern is appropriate to bring to the Counseling Center. Student concerns most often involve issues related to relationships, identity, family, depression, victimization, anxiety/panic attacks, academics, grief and loss, socialization/isolation, food/body image or chemical use/abuse.

Group Counseling

The Counseling Center offers a variety of counseling groups to students. These groups focus on topics such as family issues, food and body image concerns, coping with grief and loss, victimization issues, enhancing relationships, men’s issues, women’s issues and personal growth.

Nutrition Counseling

Nutrition counseling is available to students who have concerns about their eating/body image. Students must be referred to the dietitian by a staff therapist.

Workshops and Seminars

Workshops and seminars are offered throughout the year. The focus of these workshops and seminars may involve topics such as stress management, depression, adjustment issues, eating and body image issues, health relationships, anxiety, and how to help a troubled friend.


The Counseling Center offers psychological testing and, in some cases, a nominal fee is charged to students for the scoring of the tests. Students are referred to other offices or agencies when additional testing is desired. Our services include formal assessments for chemical dependency.

Let’s Talk 

This program provides easy access to a 15-20 minute informal confidential consultation with a counselor from our office. Let’s Talk is available from 1:30-2:30pm, Monday thru Friday during the school year.  

Let’s Talk is not offered during breaks or in summer months, however the summer counselor may accommodate a request if needed.  Please access TimelyCare  during breaks and holidays


Operating within the guidelines of the Center’s policy on confidentiality, counselors are available for consultation with students, faculty, administrative personnel, resident hall staff and parents.


The counselors will refer students to other campus services, or off-campus professionals and agencies, for services not available at the Counseling Center.