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Counseling Services


Student Health Center


From a college phone:
From off campus or cell:
(724) 946-7340



Monday through Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

For weekend or AFter Hours Emergencies

Call Campus Security:
From a college phone:
From off campus or cell:
(724) 946-7777

Community Resources

For a list of local agencies that provide counseling and related services, please click here.

Westminster College Counseling Services is committed to the personal growth and development of all Westminster students. A spirit of respect, honesty, acceptance and trust towards the students served guides the Counselor. All students are welcome, and a philosophy of diversity is embraced.

Counseling Services is designed to meet the emotional needs of Westminster students. A range of free services is offered to students wanting help with personal concerns. Some of the concerns that can be addressed with the counselor are: psychological problems, relationship and family issues, academic and personal stress, depression, anxiety, test anxiety, abuse (sexual, physical, emotional) and eating issues. Services may be offered in the form of individual sessions, group meetings or family meetings, depending on what the student wishes and what best matches her or his needs. The Counselor also provides consultation to friends, faculty and parents concerned about a student in distress.


College Crimes and Sexual Assault: Staying Safe on Campus

This guide provides students and their concerned parents with critical information, important statistics, and expert guidance on the subject of college campus safety and sexual assault, awareness, and emergency response.


National Suicide Prevention Website


If you are experiencing depression or anxiety, click on ULifeline for the online Self-eValuator This anonymous screening is for informational purposes only. If, as a result of any of this screening, you become aware that you have a problem, you are encouraged to seek help from the college counselor at x7340 or other professional mental health care provider.

Other Information available on the ULifeline site:

  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Anxiety
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Cutting
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress
  • Suicide


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