The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services assists students in their personal growth and development through personal counseling and psychoeducational programs. Free confidential psychological counseling is available to all Monmouth University students on a first-come, first-served basis. Twenty-four-hour crisis hotlines are provided for students.
What personal counseling services are available for my student?
The Office of Counseling and Psychological Services offers confidential counseling services to Monmouth University students. Psychological services are provided by licensed counseling professionals. The office also collaborates closely with numerous departments on campus. Students may call 732-571-7517 to schedule an appointment for personal counseling or contact us at email@example.com
Are there any 24-hour hotlines available when the University is closed?
Yes. There are 24-hour services for mental health crises and for drug and alcohol emergencies, which are provided through collaboration with Monmouth Medical Center and other local agencies. “Emergency Services” cards are provided to students and can be requested in the CSS, Student Services, Residential Life, and the Health Center.
In addition to individual counseling, does the counseling center offer any other programs for students?
Counseling and Psychological Services offers a number of different psycho-educational programs each semester that are open to all students. Topics vary based on current student concerns and requests. The current schedule may be viewed on our Web page by going to www.monmouth.edu/counseling.
Each year, hundreds of job openings of all types are advertised through campus e-mail to all students. Summer jobs, many of which are full-time, are also available. Remind your student to check his or her campus e-mail frequently for this information.