College life is exciting, but sometimes the pressures and responsibilities can feel a bit overwhelming. Trying to juggle academics with athletics and other activities, and still find time for a social life can get pretty stressful. Add finances, a boyfriend or girlfriend, and a roommate to the mix, and sometimes things can get pretty tough.
The Sib Collins Counseling Center provides free and confidential short-term counseling services to students dealing with personal and social conflicts or trying to cope with stress. The Center is located in Room 110, East Cooper Hall in the main administration building, and is staffed by a professional counselor. Appointments are suggested, however walk-in service is generally also provided. The Center also has a list of local counseling resources for referrals off-campus.
Mary Campbell has years of experience talking to students. She is able to help you make sense of the stimulating, but sometimes stressful world of college. She’s able to assist with a variety of concerns, ranging from relatively mild distress, to severe and chronic psychological disorders.
Mary can be contacted for an appointment by phone at (864) 488-8280 or (864) 488-8373 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org