Where are you located?
137 Umstead Building; Enter through the back entrance facing
Slay Building, turn right, and follow the signs into our reception area
Do I need an appointment to see a counselor?
Yes, please contact our office to schedule a triage appointment.
If you are in crisis, you may walk-in for a same-day appointment
Monday - Friday between the hours of 11 am - 4 pm during fall
and spring semesters or call us at 252-328-6661 anytime.
How do I make an appointment?
Call the Center at 252-328-6661 any weekday between 8am - 5pm.
What is the cost for your services?
They are FREE to enrolled ECU Students!
What if I experience a crisis at night OR on a weekend?
You can access our On-Call Counselor by contacting our office at 252-328-6661
and following the phone prompts for the after-hours counseling services.
If you are away from the Greenville area, please call 911.
Do you have student workers at CCSD?
Currently, the Center employs graduate-level mental health students
who receive supervision and training through our Center as they see clients.
Will my parents or professors know about my counseling?
Check out our confidentiality policy here!
Is it true that you will not treat some students?
Our Center operates on a brief-model of therapy. If a student presents an issue that
may require more intensive or long-term treatment, the clinician may provide
referrals for community options to best meet their needs.
What if I need medication?
Our in-house psychiatry staff assists students in
obtaining appropriate medication prescriptions.
What if I need a medical or psychological withdrawal?
Please contact the Dean of Students office.
Their information regarding withdrawals can be found here.
Do you have counselors who can work with
people from varying backgrounds and cultures?
Absolutely, our staff members are culturally competent and open to
working with any student in need of assistance.
Is there a limit to how long I can receive counseling at CCSD?
Being a short-term facility, typically a student will receive
approximately 4-8 sessions and typically no more than 12 in
an academic year. Should a student’s needs exceed this amount,
a possible referral out into the community may be pursued.