The third installation of Alexandra Karlinchak’s (’22) mental health series focuses on the The University Counseling Center (UCC), as it continues to function without a full-time director and is currently understaffed at 75% of work capacity.Students have taken notice, and are frustrated with the lack of attention the administration has given to offices dedicated to mental health support.Click the link in our bio to read more about how students compare and contrast pre- and post-COVID-19 experiences at the Counseling Center. Photo Credits: Katie Fox/Old Gold & Black.For urgent mental health crises anytime, call 336.758.5273. To make an appointment with the UCC, 336.758.5273

The third installation of Alexandra Karlinchak’s (’22) mental health series focuses on the The University Counseling Center (UCC), as it continues to function without a full-time director and is currently understaffed at 75% of work capacity.Students have taken notice, and are frustrated with the lack of attention the administration has given to offices dedicated to mental health support.Click the link in our bio to read more about how students compare and contrast pre- and post-COVID-19 experiences at the Counseling Center. Photo Credits: Katie Fox/Old Gold & Black.For urgent mental health crises anytime, call 336.758.5273. To make an appointment with the UCC, 336.758.5273