At some point during their college experience, students may encounter personal, social, career or academic issues that call for assistance beyond the advice provided by friends and family. That’s where the University Counseling Center can help.
The University Counseling Center provides a variety of free and confidential counseling services delivered by professional counselors. All currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students at Binghamton University are eligible to receive these services free of charge; all information is confidential.
Services and programs available through the center include:
University Counseling Center staff members are available to consult with students, faculty and staff on a broad range of issues. Common topics include resolving conflicts with roommates, classmates, coworkers and supervisors; managing crisis situations in the classroom or residence hall; and coping with emotionally distraught students, friends or family. If you’re facing these issues and would like to speak with a counselor, please contact our office at 777-2772.
The University Counseling Center provides special programming to the campus community as needed. These programs are specifically designed to address unique or other salient campus situations or concerns, such as educational workshops on eating disorders, study problems, grieving and more. Call the Counseling Center office at 777-2772 if you would like to arrange a special program.
Counseling Center team members also coordinate or participate in a number of campus events throughout the year. Learn more about Counseling Center events.
In an attempt to provide additional options for student support, Binghamton University is offering students a way to maintain progress in psychotherapy or other provider services while away from home. Student living situations seldom provide a calm and private environment needed to communicate with providers from a distance. The Decker Student Health Services Center (DSHSC) at Binghamton University is pleased to offer students a quiet and confidential place to participate in Skype sessions with their home provider via a large screen television (TV).
In order to get on the schedule to use this service, please follow these steps:
Binghamton University is not responsible for nor insuring of the quality of the therapy received, purely providing a confidential space for the interaction to occur. Should the arrangement not benefit the student as hoped, students are reminded of campus resources through the DSHSC and the University Counseling Center. Community referrals are also available. Please contact the staff for further information.
Last Updated: 4/16/14