Counseling services works with students experiencing a wide variety of personal concerns, developmental issues, and relationship conflicts in a confidential and welcoming atmosphere.

Counseling Services is open from 8:30-4:30, weekdays.  Urgent Walk-In Hour is 1-2, daily.  See Emergency and After Hour Options for additional information.

Common Reasons for Visiting Counseling Services

Anxiety and stress


Loneliness and isolation

Relationship issues

Academic performance

Eating concerns

Adjustment concerns

Self injury

Substance abuse/dependence

Suicidal thoughts

Sexual Assault

Gender Identity concerns

Sexual Orientation concerns

Self Esteem


Services Offered

Individual Counseling​  

Group Counseling -Benefits of Group Counseling include: receiving support, feedback and encouragement from others;  decreased feelings of loneliness; practice social skills; learn coping skills to help manage strong emotions; increased understanding of self and others, in a safe confidential atmosphere.. 

Consultative Resource - Counselors are available to speak with students, faculty, professional staff and parents regarding concerns about a student.  Please be aware, under HIPAA privacy laws, Counselors are unable to share specific information about a given student, without their signed consent. 

Psychiatry Consults 

Nutrition Consults

Referrals - If a student presents with concerns that are beyond the scope of  care the SWC offers, every attempt will be made to connect the student with appropriate community resources.