How can we help?
The Counseling faculty are available to help students who wish to improve the quality of their academic and personal lives. We provide the following services.
- Focus on holistic wellbeing
- Non-cognitive skills development*
- Present and future decision-making
- Mentoring, coaching, guidance
- Goal setting and time management
- Career counseling
- Academic counseling
- Purpose coaching
- Crisis response
* Non-cognitive skills are related to motivation, integrity, and interpersonal interaction. Examples include: emotional intelligence, self-efficacy, mindset, resiliency, and verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
Basic Needs Support
We can connect you to resources for:
- Food insecurity/Hunger
- Homelessness/Housing insecurity
- Emergency grants
- Department of Economic Security (DES)
Counseling Classes and Workshops
We offer a variety of Counseling and Personal Development (CPD) classes – many of which transfer as university electives. In addition, our faculty present on a wide range of personal growth workshops throughout the semester. If you have an idea for a workshop, let us know!
Counseling faculty do not practice as mental health clinicians; therefore, you may be referred to one of the following community resources:
- Long-term therapy
- Clinical mental health care
- Diagnosis and treatment plans
- Resolution of significant past traumas
- Specialized care (PTSD, addiction, family therapy, etc.)
- Ongoing crisis and trauma care