JCU Counseling Service (supports the mission of the University through delivery of psychological services, crisis intervention, clinical training, testing, research, and alcohol/drug prevention and education. The goal of Counseling Services is to help students maximize their personal development and navigate through their academic challenges. The services are geared toward increasing self-understanding, autonomy and personal development. Upon referral, psychiatric services are also available. The center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. walk-in intake hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This center also provides services for all students attending Jarvis Christian University with documented disabilities are eligible and encouraged to register for services.
The Mental Health Counselor can assist with:
The Mental Health Counselor provides:
The Mental Health Counselor provides up to 5 FREE and confidential, individual sessions. If additional assistance is needed the Mental Health Counselor will work the Executive Dean of Students and/or community agencies to facilitate a continuum of care.
When to Refer:
If you would like additional information or would like to consult about a student or situation, please stop by the Office of Student Services
META is a mobile application designed to connect college students to mental health providers for confidential and real-time chat, audio, and visual counseling. Students are able to receive mental health assistance anytime and anywhere. To access the full range of features, student will need to register utilizing their JCC email address (@my.jarvis.edu)
JCC wants to make sure that all students have access to information about resources for support surrounding suicide prevention. If you, or someone you care about, are discussing suicide, please contact the following: