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COVID-19 Counseling Center Update Spring 2021

For the duration of Spring Semester 2021, The VSU Counseling Center will offer primarily telemental health counseling services (telephone or video call -using Microsoft Teams-). Our intake model has also changed, in an effort to expedite access to services; for details, go to the "Our Services" page.

All students are reminded that the Counseling Center maintains 24/7 mental health emergency access. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact one of the following:

-Call the Counseling Center (229) 333-5940 at any time. Counseling Center staff will be available during regular office hours, 8am-5:30pm M-Th and 8am-3pm Friday. At all other times, phone calls will be automatically forwarded to our Navigator Support Line (833) 910-3365 for emergency services and any other concerns. The Navigator Support Line is available 24/7 to assist VSU students and provide mental health support resources.

-Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) 1-800-715-4225

-National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

-Crisis Text Line, Text HOME to 741741

-Call 911

Student Resources to utilize during Social Distancing:


Welcome to the VSU Counseling Center!

The VSU Counseling Center acts as a holistic resource to the campus and community, empowering individuals for success in academic, professional, and personal pursuits. Each of our counselors are professionally trained and licensed and all have a genuine passion for working with college students.     

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The Counseling Center is a SAFE ZONE for individuals of all ethnicities, abilities, religions, sexual orientations, physical appearances/sizes, gender identities and expressions.