Information for Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff have frequent and meaningful contact with our students.
You are likely to be in contact with students who would benefit from counseling either for
Normal, healthy, developmental growth
More serious psychological problems.
On this page you will find a summary of services and recommendations for referring students for counseling. Do not hesitate to phone us with any specific questions. We are grateful for your role in helping students make use of our services.
Disruptive Student Manual
Referral Guidelines for Faculty
Specific information on when and how to refer students to Counseling.
Study Skills Counseling
Individual help with time management, note-taking, test-taking, and other study skills; also group workshops on study skills topics.
A consultation may help you sort out your concerns about a student's personal difficulties; discuss whether and/or how to refer the student to the Counseling Center; explore alternative approaches; and manage emergencies.
If this is the case:
Tell the student you wish to consult us
Ask him/her to sign a release form at the Counseling Center
Discuss with a caring professional in a private setting
No information given to parents, faculty, or staff without student’s permission
Male and female counselors available
Referral to off-campus services, such as psychiatrists (i.e., evaluations, medications, long-term therapy)
Loss of motivation