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Counselor-in-Residence Program

The Counselor-in-Residence Program places mental health clinicians directly into residence halls to address the concerns of residents and Housing & Residence Life staff.

PROGRAM INCLUDES

  • Brief counseling
  • Preventative and psycho-educational programming
  • Follow-up services to residents and staff in response to crisis situations
Students stand outside the Living Learning Center

The Counselor is In

During fall and spring semester, the counselor is available to speak with residents and housing staff during Let's Talk hours. Counselors are available to meet in person. No appointment necessary. 

 160 Living Learning Center

 (740) 597-9145

Let's Talk Hours

SUNDAYS

5–10 p.m.

MONDAYS

5–10 p.m.

TUESDAYS

5–10 p.m.

WEDNESDAYS

5–10 p.m.

THURSDAYS

5–10 p.m.

FRIDAYS

5–10 p.m.

Office hours are available when the Living Learning Center (LLC) is open. The LLC is closed during most national holidays and when school is not in session.

If the Counselor is Not In

Consider these options if you need support outside Let's Talk hours or during holidays.

After Hours

If you need to consult with a counselor, outside the dedicated Let's Talk hours, call Counseling and Psychological Services' main line (740) 593-1616.

A counselor will be available on this line after business hours, weekends, and during holidays.

Emergency

In an emergency situation, call 911 for assistance.