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Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday,  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
2nd Floor, Student Health Building
Phone number: 919-530-7646
For assistance after hours, please contact 919-530-6106.

The NCCU Counseling Center is staffed by licensed psychologists and mental health professionals who provide individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, substance abuse prevention and intervention, anger management, and other topics. We strive to provide services that are nonjudgmental and confidential, and hope that all students feel safe in sharing their concerns. Counseling sessions are driven by a student’s overall goal, which is developed with a counselor during the first appointment. Individual counseling can help students to define goals, make decisions, and solve problems related to personal, social, educational and career concerns. Many students find comfort in talking to a counselor in a confidential environment without the fear of judgment. Appointments are encouraged, but emergency services are also available. There are no additional fees for NCCU students to make use of counseling services or programs.

Individual Counseling

One-on-one sessions with a counselor can help students define goals, make decisions and solve problems related to personal, social, educational and career concerns. Appointments are recommended, but crises counseling is available during regular business hours. After hours you may reach us through the Residential Life Staff or the University Police. Appointments are typically 45 minutes to an hour.

Group Counseling

Group counseling offers students the opportunity to learn from one another as well as the group leader. A group can serve as a support network for students who feel alone in their present concern. Our ongoing groups focus on alcohol education, anger management, and other areas of interest. For more information contact the Counseling Center regarding the types of groups offered (e.g. process, support, psycho-educational).


Counselors are available to host workshops in classrooms and residential halls. Some outreach activities include annual screening events for depression, anxiety, eating disorders and alcohol use, and the annual Healthy Eagle Health Fair. For more information regarding outreach programs, topics and requests click here.


Are you concerned about a friend, student or loved one? Counselors are available for confidential in person and phone consultations during business hours.

Training and Assistantships

Training and assistantships are available to master’s-level counselor education and clinical psychology students through graduate assistantships, practica and internship placements. If you are interested in an assistantship or training placement at the Counseling Center, please send a resume and letter of interest to Dr. Carolyn Moore at cmoore@nccu.edu at the end of each semester. Applicants must have clearance through their internship or practicum coordinator to be considered for a placement. We welcome non-NCCU applicants from neighboring schools.

NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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