Student CounselingStudent Counseling
Student Counseling provides confidential mental health services to students, stress management, and help coping with personal crises. Faculty and staff are encouraged to consult Student Counseling when they have concerns for a student’s mental health for intervention strategies. Student Counseling also deals with emergencies, such as suicide threats and sexual assault. After hours, students in need of emergency services can call campus police at 589-1155, or 911.
Academic Alert is an integrated, campuswide approach to supporting student success, retention, and graduation. An interdisciplinary network of university faculty and staff will follow-up with your concerns. For more information please contact the Academic Alert system administrator and Retention Coordinator, Jennifer Zych Herrmann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-589-6048.
After business hours and weekends: If faculty and staff have significant concerns about a student, but do not feel it is an emergency, they can contact Henry Fulda, Assistant Vice Chancellor at 320-589-7126 for assistance.