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Counseling Center

ImageThe Counseling Center staff is committed to helping students cope with personal problems that could impede successful academic performance, identify meaningful career goals though vocational and academic assessment and counseling, and deal with emotional crisis.

The Counseling Center is a place where you can come to share your personal concerns. College years are years of growth, of change, of major transitions in life that often bring with them problems that are not easily or quickly settled. These are years when you may find yourself confronted with very real questions about self, relationships with other people, and plans for the future and how to pursue those plans. Everyone sometimes has problems in living; sometimes you might like a place where you can go to talk to someone and work out these problems. The Counseling Center is a place where you can do this.

If there is an imminent threat to anyone's personal safety or if there is an emergency in progress, please call 9-1-1, Campus Security at x2222 (on-campus phone) or 419-772-2222 (non-campus phone).

When making a referral, please provide a detailed description of the incident or behavior that is causing you to be concerned, using language that is as specific, concise, and objective as possible. Please forward additional documentation to the Student Affairs Response Team (SART), Student Affairs Suite, McIntosh Center, and/or any electronic/supporting documentation to

Information provided will be used to follow-up with the students regarding said issue.


Call 419-772-2190 to make an appointment or call the 24-hour mental-health crisis hotline at 1-800-567-4673. They have counselors available 24 hours a day.