Resources for Parents

Care Support Services and the Dean of Students Office works closely with families and guardians who are concerned about their student. Parents are encouraged to be proactive when worried about the well-being of their child, and can report concerns using the Report an Issue or Concern form. In addition, in the event of a student health or safety emergency on campus, Care Support Services may reach out to parents to keep them informed.

Counseling services at the Counseling Center are free and confidential for full-time undergraduate and graduate students. The Counseling Center provides individual and group psychotherapy by professional psychotherapists to help students navigate adjustment issues, relationship problems, family issues, and emotional distress. The Counseling Center also provides services for parents and a guide for parents and families of college students.

In addition, a comprehensive list of community resources can be found here.