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Student Counseling

Summer Student Counseling Availability

We are expanding our summer support for student mental health on campus. Student Counseling will be open during the summer months. A counselor will be available to see students for counseling sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday each week beginning June 5. Students can make an appointment with Colter Combellick by calling 320-589-6060 or by coming to the office in 235 Behmler Hall, Monday – Friday 8:00 am – Noon or 1:00pm – 4:30 pm.

Our office staff will be reduced during the summer months. We will be saying farewell to Jane Kill who retires from her role as Program and Project Specialist on June 2nd. We celebrate her good support of students and wish her well! If you receive our voicemail, please leave a message and we will be return your call the same day or the following business day.

Someplace Safe, our community victim/survivor advocacy agency, does not hold on campus office hours over the summer. If you are in need of advocacy services please call 320-589-3208 or 1-800-974-3359.

For more information on mental health and our campus and community resources, see:

www.morris.umn.edu/wellness/mentalhealth

For Mental Health Emergencies please call 911.

Regular counseling sessions will resume on the first day of fall semester classes, Wednesday, August 23, 2017.

Have a great summer!

Mission Statement

Student Counseling supports UMM students’ self awareness, skill building, mental health and well being to foster success in meeting their academic goals and in life.

At UMM, Student Counseling provides free personal, crisis, and developmental counseling, educational programming and outreach, and maintains a confidential service for students who have been sexually harassed or harassed based on race, sexual orientation or religion.

Student Counseling focuses on the emotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical, occupational and social development of students. Our services are preventative and educational in nature and come from a developmental perspective. Students in crisis and those with chronic mental illnesses are served in the capacity deemed appropriate. Ongoing consultation to students and faculty concerned about another person is also provided.