Personal Counseling

The college years may be exciting and stressful. Counseling is an opportunity to discuss what is on your mind with a professionally trained person in a safe space. By participating in counseling, you may learn new ways of resolving personal concerns. Many students have issues with stress, self-confidence, relationships, career choices, depression, academics, grief, family, sexual identity and decision-making.

Couples Counseling

Couples or relationship counseling is designed to address concerns between two people who are involved in an intimate relationship. Both persons need to be current N.C. A&T students. Our therapists are available to provide couples counseling to students regardless of marital status or sexual/affectional orientation in a confidential and affirming environment.

Contact Information

Counseling Services
Murphy Hall, Suite 109
(T) 336.334.7727
(F) 336.334.7284

Monday - Friday; 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

After-Hours Emergency Support

If this is an after-hours emergency, contact University Police (UPD) at (336) 334-7675 (on campus) or 911 (off campus). Additionally, you can text Hi Steve to 741-741 for help, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for assistance at 1.800.273.TALK.