Counseling Services

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 free services to currently enrolled students. Limited services are provided to prospective students.

Counseling: How We Help Flyer

Direct Care

  • 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 First Year Experience (FYE) and Counseling and Personal Development (CPD) classes – many of which transfer as university electives.

Community Referrals

Counseling faculty do not practice as mental health clinicians; therefore, you may be referred to one of the following community resources:

  • Psychotherapy
  • Long-term therapy
  • Clinical mental health care
  • Diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Resolution of significant past traumas
  • Specialized care (PTSD, addiction, family therapy, etc.)
  • Medication
  • Ongoing crisis and trauma care