Student Counseling

The Counseling Office works with faculty, staff and students to design programs, activities and policies that lead students to become actively involved with the institution and their own education and to create an atmosphere where intellectual and personal development are integrated.

Personal counseling is provided to assist students who have specific emotional, social or academic concerns that interfere with their ability to learn and to adjust to college. Counseling is confidential and is provided at no cost to the student. Counselors may assist students with stress management, resolution of interpersonal conflicts with family and peers, personal goal setting and other concerns. Referral to community based resources is also made available.

The counseling center is located in Findlay Student Center, room 114, and is available by phone at (417) 873-7457.