Campus Resources

Campus Resources

Counseling Services

The Counseling staff is committed to helping students achieve success with their personal, academic, and career goals. We offer various resources designed to help students as they grow academically, acquire skills for employment, improve personal wellness and develop effective skills for self-advocacy and interacting in a diverse environment. Our counselors are trained professionals; any information shared with them is confidential.

Services for Students

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about counseling in general and counseling here on campus.

Resources

Common Reasons Students Seek Counseling Services:

  • Abuse—physical, emotional
  • Academic probation & dismissal
  • Anxiety, stress and panic attacks
  • Career exploration & decision making
  • Crisis support
  • Depression
  • Drug & alcohol issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Harassment
  • LGBTQ support, concerns & questions
  • Loss & grief
  • Major life transitions
  • Rape
  • Relationship & interpersonal issues
  • Sexual abuse history
  • Sexual orientation & questioning
  • Study skills
  • Suicide & suicidal thoughts
  • Support groups
  • Test anxiety

Do you need help right now?

If the Counselors are unavailable, then please call the Thurston County Crisis line at 360-586-2800. Or visit their web-site for more information: http://crisis-clinic.org/

Contact

Counseling Services
Building 22, Suite 260
(360) 596-5306
FAX (360) 596-5708

Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Dean of Student Life
Dr. David Rector


Counseling Appointments


Counseling Services Flyer (pdf)