Even though we can’t meet in person right now, the Counseling Center is here for you.
We have created a page of remote mental health resources, including videos from your counselors, to support you.
College life can be exciting and rewarding, but it can also be overwhelming. It’s common to feel like you need help. In fact, by the time your class graduates, more than 37% of you will walk through our doors and find support.
We offer an evidence-based, stepped care model that includes services that range from least to most intensive. This model allows students to step up and down the levels of care based on their needs. It empowers students to manage their own mental health.
Our services are free and confidential, and include self-help resources, groups, single-session counseling, crisis counseling, consultation, individual counseling (including substance use counseling), community referrals, adjunct psychiatric support, and nutrition counseling.
The Furman University Counseling Center provides a safe, supportive space for students of all backgrounds, opinions and concerns, especially during times of uncertainty in our country and the world.
Need someone to talk to?
Call us, or walk in.
Your health is our priority, even when our office isn’t open.
Connect with resources on campus and in the community.
Worried about a student?
If you have questions, please contact the counseling center.
We’ll never release your information without your consent.