Student Resources - Counseling and Health

Conflict Resolution Services

Conflict Resolution Services provides mediation services, conflict coaching, and other related resources and referrals to SCSU students at no cost. Students can request mediation when they have conflict(s) with a roommate, a group member, a co-worker or a fellow student in an organization. The mediation process is confidential and is conducted by a list of officially trained mediators recognized by the state of Minnesota.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 127
Phone: 320-308-3009

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Professional counselors offer a wide range of services to currently enrolled students, including individual and group experiences which facilitate the resolution of personal, social, educational and career related concerns. Services are confidential and provided on a no-cost basis. Counseling and Psychological Services is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services. The Case Management Program is also located in this office.
Location: Stewart Hall 103
Phone: 320-308-3171

Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence and Stalking Services

The Gender Violence Prevention Program at the Women’s Center provides a combination of education and victim services as a framework to respond to gender-based violence in both society and on college campuses. Services include individual support, advocacy, information and referral, support groups, prevention programs and a loan library.
Location: Women’s Center
Phone: 320-308-3995
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Student Health Services

The Student Health Services medical clinic provides convenient, affordable and confidential medical care for all SCSU and SCTCC students. The staff includes board-certified medical doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists and lab professionals. Student Health Services provides a full range of medical services including diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury, routine physical and gynological exams, minor surgical procedures, travel health preparation, and specialty referrals. The pharmacy provides a prescription transfer service, online prescription refills, low cost over-the-counter medications, and insurance billing. The on-site laboratory provides fast, efficient and reliable test results. The health promotions area provides up-to-date information on a variety of health care topics.
Location: Student Health Services, First Floor, Hill Hall
Phone: 320-308-3191
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U-Choose Program

The U-Choose Program is an educational campus prevention effort that focuses on the reduction of high risk alcohol use. The program includes empirically based theories and approaches specifically designed for college students. Programs, speakers and materials are available to assist students in making informed decisions about alcohol.
Location: Atwood Memorial Center 217
Phone: 320-308-6175
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