Appointments, Services, & Programs

Individual, group, and outreach/prevention services are offered by licensed and supervised clinical professionals as well as interns from graduate programs in counseling.

Class/group presentations and workshop are available by request and as time and staffing permits and can be requested here.  Our LibGuides provide a wealth of additional information and resources for faculty, staff, and students.

To schedule an appointment please call our office at 304-333-3661, email us at, or complete the online Appointment Request Form.  Please do not send any confidential information via email.

To ensure that treatment is received in a timely manner we work closely with community resources. We adhere to ethical principles that may necessitate referral off campus should a potential conflict or limits to our scope/competency, or capacity arise. 

A list of area mental health service providers can be found here.

There are no additional fees associated with receiving counseling services at Fairmont State.  

Fall 2019 Programs:

Daily Meditation - MWF 8:15; TR 3:15 in Suite 316 Turley Center

Mindfulness meditation is the practice of intentionally focusing on the present moment, accepting and non-judgmentally paying attention to sensations, thoughts, and emotions that arise. Learning mindfulness is a great way to strengthen focus and concentration, quiet an overactive mind, and help manage anxiety.                

Alcohol and Other Drugs 

Students mandated to attend psycho-educational counseling for drug and alcohol infractions must contact our office to schedule individual meetings with clinical staff.

Self-Empowerment Series (please register a week prior to event - events will not be held if less than 5 students register)


If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency or crisis, please contact our office at (304) 333-3661, campus security at (304) 367-4357, or dial 911 for immediate help.