Your college experience can be exciting, but it can also be a stressful time in your life. Academics present demands on students to develop and use time management skills and manage academic workloads. Additionally students are joining new activities, meeting new people, forming new relationships and living in a new environment. Students may face issues related to family, friends, roommates and financial situation.
Likewise returning to college to complete a graduate degree or complete a bachelor's degree is a major life transition and one that can be stressful. Adult learners often have to balance finances, work, family and school. Their stressors are often quite different from undergraduate students.
At the counseling office we listen to you with openness and respect. By listening, a counselor can help you identify and deal more effectively with your concerns.
|Stress and anxiety||Grief|
|College adjustment||Spiritual challenges|
|Depression||Drug or alcohol problems|
|Abuse/trauma||And much more…|
Concordia's Counseling and Behavioral Health Center provides a wide array of free services in a confidential and caring Christian environment. You have many service options to choose from:
- Personal and mental health counseling
- One-on-one consultation
- Wellness and mental health education
- Referral assistance
- Crisis and emergency intervention