Counseling Center/Disabilities Services
Counseling Services can be found in the Student Health Center in the Lackey-Lee Building.
For appointments please call (937) 376-6338 or walk in any time during regular office hours.
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. and by appointment
Our mission is to provide counseling services that help our students maintain their emotional well-being in order to achieve their educational goals. We will provide support to our undergraduate and graduate students to assist them with the development, educational, and crisis challenges facing them while at Central State University. We believe the counseling process of support and evaluation will empower our students to acquire and sustain personal growth to incorporate into their academic life and their professional future.
- Acdemic and Life Skills Coaching
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Referral Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Alcohol and Drug Counseling/ Intervention
- Post Hospitalization Follow-Up Care
- Classroom and Residential Hall Presentations
- Services are FREE to all registered CSU students
Many college students that leave home for the first time may experience various emotional problems. Some problems may include: homesickness,family problems back home, low self-esteem, a lack of self-confidence, general anxiety, problems concentrating, roommate or relationship problems, stress, depression, and academic and financial concerns. No student has to feel alone. Professional counseling service is here and waiting to support you.
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Client Consent Form
Drug and Alcohol Information – Easy to Read Drug Facts
Drug and Alcohol Information – Fact Sheets
Drug and Alcohol Information – Binge Drinking
Drug and Alcohol Information – Core Institute / Largest Drug and Other Drug Database
Central State University is commited to including students with disabilities as full participants in its programs, services, and activities through compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. A student with a disability cannot be denied admission exclusively because of a disability. The mission of Disability Services is to ensure that qualified students with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities at Central sate University so they can participate in all aspects of university life.
In order to receive services, students must first be admitted to Central State University and then present documentation of their disability to the Coordinator of Disability Services. If a student has been diagnosed with a disabilty and received disability services while in high school, the student should be re-evaluated during their senior year because documentation must be current when transitioning to the college environment. Documentation must be completed by a physician, a psychiatrist, a licensed psychologist, or a rehabilitation specialist. Additionally, the documentation should describe functional limitations, and should include recommendations for academic adjustments appropriate to the disability.
Students with disabilities are expected to meet with the Coordinator of Disability Services and/or a Counselor from the Counseling Center Staff each semester as a part ot their transition plan to determine the academic adjustments for the classes in which they are enrolled.
To support student academic progress, students may be referred to:
- Student Support Services
- Tutorial support for classes
- Assigned to study groups
- Career Planning Workshops
- Counseling Services workshops
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