The Counseling Center is available during regular hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., with additional walk-in hours Tuesdays until 7:00 p.m. and Wednesdays until 8:00 p.m.) to help students with an emergency or crisis.
If someones safety is at risk, or if someone might need emergency medical care, please DIAL 911 or contact the Campus Police (410-704-4444) immediately.
When the Counseling Center is closed, you still have access to emotional help if you need it by using the resources below. We can also provide some suggestions on how to Help a Friend in Crisis.
The Campus Police are able to reach Counseling Center staff as needed in an emergency, for consultation or other forms of help.
Alternatively, you can proceed directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. We have a number of hospitals that are within walking distance of campus, including St. Joseph's Medical Center and Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
Sometimes a helpful listening ear is enough to help you get through to the next time the Counseling Center is open. In this case we recommend you call one of the following local resources:
A telephone counseling service that uses volunteer and peer counselors, funded by Baltimore County.
A 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis.
Phone: 800-273-TALK (8255)
A private nonprofit organization dedicated to serving victims of rape, child sexual assault, domestic violence, and adult survivors of child sexual abuse.
The 24/7 service is free and they are able to connect you with local resources.
If you use any of the above services, we urge you to call the Counseling Center 410-704-2512 the next time we are open so that we can follow-up with you and assist you further.
If you are going through a personal crisis that is interfering with your academics, the Counseling Center can help you in several ways. We may be able to help you to feel better, to recover more quickly and return to productive life at the university with fewer problems.