Counseling Services

The Counseling Center offers personal counseling and a variety of other services to students, faculty, and staff. In addition, the center is a resource for parents of TU students. There is no fee for most services at the Counseling Center.



The Counseling Center offers a variety of group experiences that provide opportunities to identify with others who have similar concerns; to increase self-awareness and self-acceptance; and to improve the quality of your life, work, and personal relationships. All groups are free and open to undergraduate and graduate students. Most groups meet weekly, usually for a total of 8-10 weeks during a semester.

Some additional concerns that may be addressed by the Counseling Center include:

  • Blocks to educational or career achievement
  • Anxiety, depression and anger
  • Life planning and decision-making
  • Self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Alcohol and drug-related problems
  • Relationships with friends, roommates, parents, romantic partner or spouse
  • Family problems
  • Grief and loss
  • Sexual matters
  • Physical stress and tension
  • Eating disorders and body image issues
  • Physical or sexual mistreatment or abuse
  • Identity development, e.g. race, class, gender, ability, sexual orientation
  • Suicidal or self-destructive behavior or thoughts
  • Problems encountered in the university environment