Initial screening appointments are done on a walk-in/drop-in basis. No scheduled appointment is necessary, and students are generally seen on a first-come, first-served basis with the exception of a crisis walk-in. Walk-in hours are: Monday - Friday: 10am - Noon, 1pm - 3pm.
Office Hours are:
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Crisis/Emergency walk-ins are seen throughout our open office hours.
Please take time to read our Welcome Letter.
Please note: If you are unable to come in during walk-in hours, you may call 517-355-8270, and the initial interview can be conducted by phone
The MSUCC is "Helping All Students Succeed" by empowering students to deal with life issues. We have licensed professional counselors that can help you deal with stress management, time management, personal relationships, anxiety, depression, personal loss, grief, eating disorder, substance abuse, addiction, career decisions, and much more! We can provide confidential services that will help put balance and wellness back into your life. Begin your walk with wellness today!
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Until you can speak to a counselor, go outside or go to the gym to exercise and release your tension.
Until you can speak to a counselor, share your feelings and thoughts with someone you are comfortable with and who cares for you.
Currently the Sexual Assault Program accepts applications for volunteering; contact the Advocacy Coordinator at 353-1669 if you are interested
Our counselors include licensed professionals, pre-doctoral psychology interns, and counselors working toward their master’s degrees.
All our services are strictly confidential.
If you have been diagnosed with a learning disability and/or ADHD, you may register with the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD; 353-9642).
Before every test, get a good night's sleep and eat a healthy meal.
"Repetition" is a key component of the "familiarization process."