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We are here to help you deal with the stress of college life. Our services are
free and confidential and available to all currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff.
Our services include:
::individual counseling—Meet with a counselor one-on-one to learn how to deal with life’s challenges.


::group counseling— Groups provide a time for students to meet with others in similar situations.


For more information about our services or to schedule an appointment with a counselor, call 665.6245 or stop by the lower level of Main Hall.

» Need Help Now?  
Call 665.6245 or stop by the lower level of Main Hall between 8:00am and 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Or call the UMPD at 665.6155
or The Crisis Center at 205.323.7777 after hours.

» CS Staff


Our staff consists of licensed counselors and advanced graduate students, but more importantly are people who want to help. To learn more about our staff click here!




»CS Programs
The CS Staff is available to faculty, staff, and campus organizations to provide programs about topics important to college students. For more information click here!

»Drug and Alcohol Prevention
UM is committed to providing environment free from illegal drugs and the abuse of alcohol. For information about the steps UM is taking to prevent illegal drug use and alcohol abuse click here!



» Online Resources

Check out these online resources for additional information on topics and events relevant to college students:

UM Counseling Services

University of Montevallo
Station 6245
Montevallo, Al 35115
tel:: 205.665.6245
fax:: 205.665.6255

»The Suicide Prevention Lifeline

»The Facts About Mental Health

»Transitioning To College

»UM SafeZone

»Birmingham Crisis Center

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