Welcome to the Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides free, confidential and professional mental health counseling services, resources, and referral to support the academic and personal success, health, and well-being of our students and campus community.
Students often visit the Counseling Center to discuss a wide variety of topics: depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, and stress management; and academic concerns such as failing grades, struggling with a subject, or managing a learning disability. The Center also supports students who may be feeling suicidal or in crisis.
Counselors provide consultation to faculty, staff, parents, or friends who may be concerned about a student and facilitate guided referral to campus and community resources.
Beyond individual services, the Counseling Center offers a variety of workshops, presentations, and activities supporting wellness and health promotion.
How to Make an Appointment?
Call the Counseling Center to schedule an appointment with a professional counselor.
If you are unable to meet with a counselor we also provide referral to other campus and community resources. Contact us with questions by calling (206) 546-4594!
For academic advising please visit Advising or call (206) 546-4559.
Meet our Staff
Learn about our counselors and staff
Urgent Care or Crisis?
For 24/7 emergency counseling, referral, or assistance please call:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 800-273-8255
- King County: Crisis Connections (Crisis Line) | 866-427-4747
- Snohomish County: Volunteers of America Care Crisis Response Services (Crisis Line) | 800-584-3578
- Lifeline Crisis Chat: Go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/
- Crisis Text Line: Text 741741
- 911 (for immediate health-related emergency)
If there is a sense of urgency during normal business hours, please call the Counseling Center front desk at (206) 546-4594.