Counseling & Health
In the course of normal college experiences, many students find it helpful to ask for assistance as they adjust to the demands of college life.
Some students are affected by personal crises, while other students suffer from stress or face other issues. Student Counseling Services at PC meets such needs through a treatment model involving up to six sessions per semester of individual psychotherapy for students at a given time. Under more severe clinical circumstances, students may be referred to community providers and/or long-term care facilities for intensive treatment.
To Make an Appointment
Students may make their own appointment by calling the Director of Counseling Services in the Health Center. The number is 864-833-8100 or they may email firstname.lastname@example.org. Counseling Services at the Health Services Center are offered free to full-time PC students. Off-campus referrals, acute emergencies, or long-term therapy becomes the financial responsibility of his/her family.
Counseling for chemical abuse or dependency is available through the Gateway Counseling Center. This Center provides round-the-clock care for students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Arts and Sciences and Pharmacy students who are currently enrolled in courses are eligible to receive therapeutic services. Faculty and staff may seek consultation regarding student mental health concerns. There is no charge for PC Student Counseling Services.
Urgent and Emergency Counseling
Students experiencing distressing situations or emergencies are seen by Counseling Services staff as quickly as possible. Students may come to Counseling Services during regular business hours if they are in distress.
If you have an after-hours emergency, please call Campus Police at 864-833-8911, 911 or go to the Emergency Department of Lauren’s County Hospital.
PC Student Counseling Services is housed in the Health Services Center located at 120 E. Calhoun St.