Welcome to the Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides free, confidential and professional mental health counseling services, resources, and referral to support the academic and personal success, health, and well-being of our students and campus community.
Students often visit the Counseling Center to discuss a wide variety of topics: depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, and stress management; indecision about major or career path; and academic concerns such as failing grades, struggling with a subject, or managing a learning disability. The Center also supports students who may be feeling suicidal or in crisis.
Counselors provide consultation to faculty, staff, parents, or friends who may be concerned about a student and facilitate guided referral to campus and community resources.
Beyond individual services, the Counseling Center offers a variety of workshops, presentations, and activities supporting wellness and health promotion.
Counselors also teach Human Development courses that focus on personal growth and student development and success. Topics include Career and Life Planning, College Success, Stress Management, and Improving Relationships.
How to Make an Appointment?
Call or stop by the Counseling Center to schedule an in-person appointment with a professional counselor.
Contact UsCounseling Center FOSS Building, Room 5245
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Please note we have limited counseling services during finals week and quarter breaks.
Urgent Care or Crisis?
For 24/7 emergency counseling, referral, or assistance please call:
- King County: Crisis Connections (Crisis Line) | 866-427-4747
- Snohomish County: Volunteers of America Care Crisis Response Services (Crisis Line) | 800-584-3578
- Lifeline Crisis Chat: Go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/
- Crisis Text Line: Text 741741
- 911 (for immediate health-related emergency)
If there is a sense of urgency during normal business hours, please call the Counseling Center front desk at 206-546-4594.