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The Counseling Center at Georgia Southern University is a place where students can go to receive services that are designed to help them handle day-to-day challenges and encourage their personal growth and development.
The Counseling Center complements and facilitates the mission of the University by providing services ranging from individual, group, and relationship counseling to outreach programming, drop-in workshops, training opportunities, and crisis intervention. Students get the personal assistance that they need.
The Counseling Center is open and serving students for Fall 2020. In accordance with current professional recommendations for mental health services, we are providing all services via telemental health for the Fall 2020 semester. Although a team of counselors is on-campus, no in-person services will be provided except for emergencies requiring safety assessments.
The Georgia Southern Division of Student Affairs offers a variety of resources and initiatives dedicated to the mental health of our students and staff. For more information, check out the Mental Health Initiatives page on our website!
Safe Space Program
Safe Space is a campus-wide initiative offering a visible message of inclusion, acceptance, and support to gender and sexual minority (GSM) individuals in the university community. The program offers participants an interactive two-hour orientation to raise awareness and knowledge of GSM issues and to suggest ways to serve as an Ally to GSM individuals. Following the orientation, participants receive a SAFE SPACE decal to display in their work or living space.
Last updated: 2/3/2021