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The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center offers counseling services to enrolled students for personal, career and educational concerns. Professional psychologists and counselors provide short-term individual, couples and group counseling. There is no charge for the center's confidential counseling services. Appointments may be made in person during office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday). Students in need of immediate assistance are seen on an emergency non-appointment basis. The center is located in 301 Peabody Hall.

Counseling Center faculty members also provide a range of consultation and outreach programs to the campus community. Telephone or in-person consultation is available for students, parents, faculty and staff regarding any issues related to student development. The center's faculty members serve as program resources for a variety of student organizations and academic departments. The center has an extensive training program for selected students. Faculty teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the departments of psychology and counselor education.
Special groups offered by the center address topics such as academic success, math/science/technology confidence, personal and family relationships, substance abuse. The center also provides various support groups for identified student populations. Help with career decision making and choosing a major occurs through individual and group counseling, as well as through use of DISCOVER, a computerized career guidance program.

All center activities are conducted with sensitivity to diversity of the students on a large, multicultural campus. For more information please call at 352-392-1575 or visit our Web site.

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