Summer Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
*After 5:00pm appointments may be available upon request.
Not a GSU student but still interested in counseling services?
The University Counseling Lab offers, FREE counseling services to those who are not currently enrolled GSU students. For more information, call 708.534.4545 or click here.
On-Campus Emergencies, contact 911 or GSU Department of Public Safety at 708.534.4900
National 24-Hour Crisis Hotline, call 800.273.TALK (8255)
24-Hour Sexual Violence Hotline, call 888.293.2080
24-Hour Addiction and Alcohol Hotline, call 844.244.3171
24-Hour LGBTQ Crisis Hotline and Services, call 866.488.7386
Reasons students use the counseling center
- Anxiety or stress resulting from academics,
coursework, and grades
- Adjusting to social life at college
- Feeling disconnected from support systems
- Difficulties communicating with professors,
making friends, and developing a support system at college
- Difficulties in relationships with
roommates, friends, or partners
- Balancing multiple demands (academic,
relationships, and finances)
- Feeling unmotivated or depressed
- Loss of a loved one
- Dating violence or sexual assault
- Other concerns resulting from personal
Some concerns students discuss in counseling
- Feeling stressed or overwhelmed
- Difficulties concentrating, feeling
- Feeling less self-confident or less sure of
- Loneliness, homesickness, feeling like you
- Problems communicating with others
- Difficulty managing school and life stress
- Uncertainty about the future
- Feeling sad, angry, anxious or depressed
- Relationship difficulties
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