About 40% of Lafayette students typically seek counseling during their college career. At the Counseling Center, we work with students to identify identify and meet their academic, social, and personal goals and to develop strategies to be resilient when they experience emotional distress, loss, or trauma.
The Counseling Center staff strives to treat each student with respect and dignity, and we recognize that your personal characteristics, such as race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and religious beliefs, are important to consider in the counseling process.
Counseling is most effective when you can challenge yourself to think about issues in new ways, be honest with yourself and your counselor, and follow through on tasks and goals discussed during sessions.
We help students achieve positive mental health and cope with distress in order to make the most of their time at Lafayette. Read more about the Counseling Center process, explore Frequently Asked Questions, and meet the staff of the Counseling Center.Learn more about the Counseling Center
We work with students to identify changes they would like to make and help them to develop strategies to make these changes.Learn about our services
607 High Street
2nd Floor Bailey Health Center
Easton, PA 18042
Monday-Friday: 8:45am-5pm; closed from noon-1pm
To make an appointment, please call 610.330.5005 or stop by the second floor of the Bailey Health Center on the corner of McCartney and High Streets.
In the case of a psychological emergency where there is the possibility that a student's health or safety is at risk, please contact Public Safety at 610.330.4444 for assistance.