Response to COVID-19
The main line is still being monitored: 706-507-8740. Please leave a message and someone will return your call shortly.
New clients and students in crisis: Please call the main line during office hours.
Students in crisis after hours: Call 911 or see resources on our Crisis Intervention page.
Ongoing clients: Please monitor your email for communications from your therapist.
The Columbus State University Counseling Center is still open to serve the needs of registered CSU students. At this time, we are working to meet the needs of students without their coming onto campus.
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities now has a GA COVID-19 Emotional Support Line. Assistance is available 24/7 by calling 866-399-8938.
Please note that, during the shut-down, some services may be limited or suspended.
Currently, we offer:
- Personal Therapy
- Career Counseling and
- Outreach Presentations via Video Conferencing
- Diagnostic Testing
Our only in-person service is Diagnostic Testing. We are taking all precautions to ensure student safety. If you have any additional needs or questions, please do not hesitate to call. Thank you for your understanding.
Additional Resources from the CSU Counseling Center
More Resources and Links
- Resiliency while Social Distancing (PowerPoint)