For Faculty & Staff

Responding to Students: Campus Sexual Assault

Responding to Students: Campus Sexual Assault is a step by step guide for faculty and staff of what to do if a student discloses a sexual assault. For more information, call Counseling Services at 336-334-7727. Please click on image for more information. 

RESPONDING TO STUDENTS BANNER

Online Training for Faculty & Staff

At-Risk, a free-online training, is available to university faculty and staff to help identify persons experiencing emotional/psychological distress.  The interactive training provides information how to broach the subject of professional counseling and make a referral. To access these resources, please contact us at 336-334-7727. Please click on image for more information. 

Identifying and Helping Students in Distress

The purpose of this PowerPoint presentation is to provide faculty and staff with information about the current mental and emotional health challenges on our college campus and in the nation. Included is information for you to learn signs of when a student is in distress and suggestions for appropriate response. Please click on the image below to access the PowerPoint. 

Identifying and Helping Students in Distress

Outreach

We are available to design and to implement presentations, programs, or workshops on a wide variety of psychology topics. Counselors are also trained as consultants to work with students, student groups, and academic classes to identify and work toward more effective personal, interpersonal, and organizational/group functioning. Let us know if we can work for you. Request a program by completing the Guest Speaker/Workshop Request Form. Please submit workshop requests at least two weeks in advance of the anticipated workshop date.

Regularly scheduled campus-wide programs include Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR), Safe Zone I & II, Finals are You Ready, For Seniors Only, and Personal Growth Workshops.