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Counseling Services

A licensed counselor is available on campus two days a week for students who may be experiencing difficulties with stress, family, school, or other mental health issues. The focus of the service is brief individual counseling with students, mental health consultation, and education. These services are confidential and free to students.

In-Person and Remote Sessions by appointment via Zoom are available

Students may schedule an appointment through the Student Services Office to speak with the counselor, based on availability.  If more extensive services are needed, the counselor will help the student to locate community resources, including New Horizons Mental Health Services, which provides a limited number of sessions free of charge to Ohio University Lancaster students who are referred.

Annie Brown, LPCC

Dates / Time Available
Wednesdays, 9 am to 1 pm
Thursdays, 2 pm to 6 pm

Focus of the service is brief individual counseling with students, mental health consultation and education. Students may schedule an appointment or drop in and talk, based on availability. If a student needs immediate assistance, they may speak with counselor only when on campus. Counselor will not be available for crisis, emergency, or individual counseling outside of regularly-scheduled days on campus.

Faculty and staff may also drop in for mental health information and consult.

Immediate Emergency Assistance

Emergency Medical Services: 911

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255, PRESS 1

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

New Horizons Mental Health Services: 740-687-0835

Crisis Line: 740-687-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line: 741741

Non-Emergency Questions

Student Services


Sarah Bogdewiecz, PhD
Director of Student Services
Office Phone: 740.681.3333

Mental Health Services