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We're here to help you with your personal, social and academic concerns.

We offer you services that encourage personal growth, help define goals and address concerns.

Your information is confidential.

Information we may discuss with you during counseling sessions, appointment scheduling and crisis services is privileged and protected by federal and state laws governing the privacy and confidentiality of educational and health-care information.

More information about confidentiality is available on the University's Student Privacy Web page or by contacting the center.

Learn more about how FERPA and HIPAA apply to student records at health clinics at postsecondary institutions.

Suicide help:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.8255
24 hours, toll free

Our services include:

  • individual counseling
  • group counseling, with topics including:
    • stress management
    • healthy relationships
    • grief peer support
    • adjustment to life transitions
  • psychiatric referrals
  • consultations with faculty and staff to address concerns about students
  • outreach programs
  • crisis intervention

Our services are free to all students, and you're encouraged to make your own appointment (410.837.5159, In urgent situations, we will assist any student immediately.

During your first visit to the center, you'll fill out information and consent forms prior to your counseling session. Your counselor will begin to assess your needs and determine the most effective ways of helping, which may include counseling at the center or a referral to another provider.

Last Published 10/19/16