Counseling Services and Student Disability Services


The primary mission of the Counseling and Personal Development Center is to provide programs and outreach services to promote student engagement and assist in the emotional, psychological, physical and intellectual development of students with diverse backgrounds. For currently enrolled students, the Counseling and Personal Development Center offers the following services:

  • Mental health counseling
  • Substance use counseling
  • Substance Abuse Prevention Program
  • Student Disability Services
  • Transformative experiences (i.e. workshops, presentations, small groups, screenings)
  • Excused Absence notifications to instructors for documented missed days
  • Bronco Whole Mind Spa - Relaxation Room
  • Bronco Whole Collegiate Recovery Community

All services are provided for free, confidentially and in a welcoming atmosphere. The Counseling and Personal Development Center is located in the Spaulding Building on the West side of campus. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. After hours appointments are available to students based upon the counselors' availability.

For the upcoming spring 2021 semester, The Counseling and Personal Development Center will primarily deliver mental health/substance use counseling, Student Disability Services and transformative workshops virtually via a telehealth platform, even if students are on campus. In-person counseling appointments, workshops and presentations will be limited to situations that meet specific criteria developed by the Counseling Center Staff. Criteria will be based on the local, state and federal guidelines. The decision to meet a student in-person will be determined on a case-by-case basis.


Walk-in appointments are not available at this time. To schedule an appointment or for further information, please contact the Counseling and Personal Development Center at (910) 672- 1222. You may also send counseling inquiries to: and disability services inquiries to: