We are seeking submission that illustrate the intersection of identity and mental health.
Our hearts are heavy for all those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. At this time, we would like to offer support to our students who are feeling the emotional effects, as we are aware that some
“NC State stands in solidarity with UVA, the citizens of Charlottesville, and others across the country against these and all acts of hate, bigotry and racism.” – Chancellor Randy Woodson “The American Psychological Association condemns
Join the Counseling Center and students from all over the world for International Tea Time.
Our “Dear Student” letters are intended to provoke mental health awareness, reflection, and discussion about your experiences of culture, community, and identity here at NC State. It is also an invitation to join with us
The Counseling Center recognizes that International Students have questions about the services being offered, and the benefits of counseling. We responded by creating brochures in the 7 most common native languages for International Students: What to
Over the weekend communities from around the world were shocked into violent reality as a shooter killed 50 and injured more at the prominent Orlando club, Pulse. While the Counseling Center mourns for those affected
The NC State Counseling Center suffers and stands with all Wolfpack members to condemn violence in all its forms.
Our “Dear Student” letters are intended to provoke mental health awareness, reflection, and discussion about your experiences of culture, community, and identity here at NC State.
The Counseling Center proudly participated in January 13th’s Town Hall meeting on Race. We are pleased to be part of a community of students, faculty, and staff who seek to make NC State an open and inclusive place for all.