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2016 Dennis H. May Conference on Diversity Issues

We are currently accepting proposals for the 2016 Dennis H. May Conference on Diversity Issues and the Role of Counseling Centers, which is September 18 & 19, 2016. Proposals around this year's theme--Faith and Spirituality Among College Students--are due by July 15, 2016.

Workshops on Request

Counseling Center staff are available to lead workshops for your class, group, or organization on topics ranging from study skills and preventing procrastination to healthy relationships and building self-esteem. Click this caption title to complete a request form.

Kognito At-Risk

Kognito At-Risk is an online training that helps students, faculty, staff, and other members of the campus community identify students who may be at risk and help them connect with campus resources to help.

Self-Help Brochures

Our online self-help brochures are written by Counseling Center clinicians and provide advice on topics like managing your stress, surviving traumatic events, and dealing with common conditions such as depression and anxiety.

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Our counseling services can help you face the issues you're dealing with and develop a plan to overcome them.

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05.09.16 2016 Robert P. Larsen Human Development Award Winners

The Counseling Center recently awarded the 2016 Robert P. Larsen Human Development Award to Farah Chalisa, member of the Student Senate...

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05.04.16 Counseling Center Staff, Graduate Assistants Recognized by University

Several Counseling Center staff and graduate assistants have recently received recognition for the work they are doing on campus and for...

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