During your years in college, you will have many opportunities to develop your academic and career interests, form close relationships, examine your values and beliefs, and learn about the world around you.
These opportunities are feel exciting and engaging, but they can also be stressful. At the Counseling Center, we work with students to identify changes they would like to make in their lives and help them to develop strategies to make these changes.
Due to the very high demand for services, students may meet with a counselor for up to 15 individual sessions each academic year. There is no limit for group sessions.
All contacts are strictly confidential under the guidelines of the American Psychological Association and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (Confidentiality may not apply if a person presents an imminent danger to self or others, in cases where a student under 18 is a victim of child abuse, or if a judge issues a court order).
All Counseling Center services are provided as part of tuition. We do not grant requests for additional sessions for those who wish to use insurance or pay cash.
Please note that we will do our best to keep your communications private, but confidentiality cannot be assured when using email. Moreover, emails should not be used for urgent communication. If you need to speak with a counselor during normal business hours (Monday–Friday; 8:45 a.m.–5 p.m.), please call the Counseling Center at (610) 330-5005. In case of an emergency when the Counseling Center is closed, individuals should contact the Office of Public Safety at (610) 330-4444.