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Who We Are

Students face both academic and personal issues while at the University. Sometimes, personal issues become intense and may interfere with school performance and personal happiness. Our Center provides a place for students to talk about issues or concerns that are important to them.

Staff members provide outreach presentations on campus that address topics including healthy relationships, dealing with stress, and self care, while focusing on prevention education.

If you think you would benefit from counseling, you are not alone. Each year approximately 18% of the student body accesses services at the Counseling Center.

The Counseling Center Senior Staff is made up of licensed psychologists and licensed professional counselors who specialize in working with the college population. Additionally, the Center offers psychiatric services at a lower cost.

The UNC Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services and our doctoral level Internship Training Program is a member of the Association of Psychology Post-doctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). To find out more about the Counseling Center, please call us.

Counseling services are free to UNC students!

A Note to our UNC Community

The UNC Counseling Center recognizes that many UNC students, their families, and the Greeley community are impacted by traumatic events close to home, in the United States or globally. Whether you've been impacted by a natural disaster, the uncertain political discourse or acts of domestic or international terror or hate, we are here to support you.  We encourage you to acknowledge and validate your unique responses. Be kind and gentle with yourself and others.  

Emergency and After Hours Crisis Resources

If  you or a friend need help after the regular Monday-Friday office hours, please contact the following resources: