Covid-19:
Services and Resources

Approximately 40% of Lafayette students seek counseling during their college experience. Our counselors help students identify academic, social, and personal goals and develop strategies to be more resilient when they experience emotional distress or trauma. Counseling provides students with opportunities to generate new perspectives, try out new behaviors and attitudes, and develop greater self-understanding. Our counselors are committed to supporting all students and recognize that emotional well-being is vital to student success both inside and outside of the classroom.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Counseling Center strives to create an affirming, accessible, and welcoming environment that embraces and celebrates the diversity of our Lafayette community. We value the diversity of thought, perspective and experience that characterize our vibrant community. We recognize that individual characteristics such as race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, immigration status, ability, age, body size, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and religious and spiritual beliefs are central to shaping our identities. We believe that awareness of how our individual identities intersect is important to understanding ourselves, one another and our experiences in the world.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Counseling Services

How do I schedule an appointment?

Students seeking counseling support can schedule a consultation appointment with a counselor by calling 610-330-5005.

Scheduled appointments are being conducted remotely by secure video call or telephone. To support the health and safety of our community, we ask that you do not come to the office to schedule an appointment.

What are your hours and location?

We are located on the second floor of the Bailey Health Center Building, though the Counseling Center is a separate department from the Health Center. To support the health and safety of our community, we ask that you do not come to the office to schedule an appointment.

Academic Semester Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:45 am-5:00 pm (closed 12-1 pm)

If you need to speak with a counselor when the Center is closed, call 610.330.5005 to be connected with the telephone crisis support service.

What kinds of services are available?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Counseling Center services will be provided remotely via telehealth. Scheduled appointments will be conducted by secure video call or telephone.

Services offered by the Counseling Center

What do I do in case of a mental health crisis?

In life-threatening emergencies such as when a student is threatening to harm themselves or someone else, call Public Safety at 610.330.4444. In non-life threatening situations when you feel it is necessary to speak to a counselor please call 610.330.5005. When the Center is closed you will automatically be connected to our crisis support service.

Additional crisis support resources include:

THRIVE

The Counseling Center hosts an annual THRIVE event each September to kick off the academic year. Students connect with one another while learning practical strategies to foster personal growth and cultivate a positive college experience.

Learn more about the THRIVE Program

Contact Information

Counseling Center

607 High Street
2nd Floor Bailey Health Center
Easton, PA 18042

Semester Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:45am-5pm;
closed from noon-1pm

610.330.5728