Student Counseling Center

Student Counseling Center

The Student Counseling Center will be working remotely until further notice. Whether you are an existing client, or new to the counseling process, please call us at 574-520-4125 to schedule a Zoom telecounseling appointment. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency and require immediate assistance, please call 911, or Memorial Epworth at 574-647-8400.

Learn More About Us and What to Expect

Our trained staff offers support for a variety of personal and emotional issues including:

  • Stress/Time Management
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Academic Concerns
  • Emotional Well-Being
  • Alcohol/Drug Misuse
  • Eating Disorders
  • Sexual Assault/Violence
  • Grief
  • Coping Skills
  • Family/Relationship Problem
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Life Skills/Personal Development
  • Suicide Prevention

We offer classroom presentations and outreach workshops, as well. Contact us with requests for specific presentation topics.

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Contact Us

10am–5pm, Mon–Thurs

Fridays by appointment

Administration Building 175


In Case of Emergency

If you or someone else is experiencing a mental health emergency after hours please contact one of the following community resources:

  • Contact 911
  • Call Memorial Epworth Center at (574) 647-8400
  • Go to Memorial Epworth Center at 420 N. Niles Ave., South Bend, IN
  • Or go directly to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room

Click the image below to visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline website:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline logo, which links to corresponding website

Note: this service is not affiliated with Indiana University.

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QPR Institute

QPR — Question, Persuade, Refer

The Student Counseling Center offers QPR Gatekeeper Trainings to the IU South Bend campus community. QPR is a nationally recognized program that teaches participants to recognize the warning signs, clues, and communications of people contemplating suicide and to help save a life. Certified Gatekeeper trainings are offered in small-group settings and take about 1.5 hrs. Contact us at 574-520-4125 for more information.

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