Statement on New Zealand Mosque Tragedy

candlelight vigilWe are deeply saddened by the terror attacks at two mosques in New Zealand where 50 people were killed and dozens more were injured as a result of Islamophobia, white supremacy, anti-immigrant sentiment, and racism.  These hate crimes have an impact on everyone’s mental health, especially those who identify as historically oppressed groups.  We encourage students and others who have been impacted by this tragedy to engage in self-care and seek support. 


The Office of Suicide Prevention at the Student Counseling Center will be launching Kognito, an online mental health simulation training, in the fall of 2019. We need 1.5 hours of your time, to pilot test the program and provide us with feedback on how to best serve you! Food will be provided. 

It’s the end of the semester - we are here to help!

As we near the end of the spring semester, our services focus on helping students get through the rest of the semester as effectively as possible.  This means that while we may not be able to fully address all the reasons why a student is seeking therapy, we will focus on whatever will be the most beneficial in the short time frame, including developing healthy self-care habits and managing stress. 


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There is no additional charge for services for students enrolled in the current semester.  However, there is a $25 bridge charge to receive services during the summer months for currently enrolled students who are not taking both summer classes.  Additionally there is a $25 charge for no-show/late cancellation.