Counseling, Health and Wellness offers individual and group counseling as well as workshops to help students find better ways to cope with and resolve the problems of everyday life. Although we do not provide academic advising or admissions counseling, we do assist students with academic skill development as well as career exploration, in addition to the psychological services we provide. Services offered by staff are free of charge to students and provide opportunities to increase self-knowledge and develop greater self-awareness, self-understanding, independence, and self-direction in many areas including: Interpersonal relationships, Stress and time management, Social/sexual difficulties, Grief and loss, Emotional issues, Eating concerns, Academic concerns, Conflict resolution. All services information is available in alternative formats for people with disabilities.
We envision a diverse, healthy, safe campus where students feel valued and celebrated and can reach their full potential.
Social Justice: We strive to be mindful of social contexts and leverage our privilege for the benefit of all those we serve by creating a safe space that is inclusive, accessible, flexible and culturally informed.
Respect: We value a person’s right to self-determination and develop trusting, authentic relationships, recognizing that all people should be treated with dignity.
Excellence: We provide responsive, compassionate, high-quality, ethically focused, trauma-informed, culturally sensitive care.
Growth: Through our commitment to ongoing learning and development, we are focused on partnering with students to achieve their academic and personal goals to lead full and meaningful lives.
Collaboration: We partner with students, the university, and the broader community to connect individuals and communities with appropriate services and resources.
Concerned about a student?
If you have concerns about a Metropolitan State University student’s behavior, wellbeing, and/or safety, please complete this form: Concerning Behavior Referral Form.
Important: If there is an immediate threat to safety of yourself, the potential student of concern, the campus, etc. please immediately contact emergency services at: 9-1-1.