The Tennessee Tech Counseling Center provides a wide range of services designed to help students adjust to and succeed in the university environment. The Center’s services include those intended to help students with educational, career, personal, and social concerns. Adjustment to college, stress management, interpersonal relationships, family issues, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and self-esteem are among the various concerns that students discuss in counseling. In addition to individual counseling, the Center also offers group counseling, which provides students the opportunity to share and learn from others. Strict confidentiality is maintained in the counseling process.
The Counseling Center works with faculty, staff, and student groups within the university community to develop educational programs and projects. These outreach services include workshops that focus on specific issues such as relationships, stress management, test anxiety, study skills, and an array of other topics relevant to the university experience. The Counseling Center also administers a number of standardized tests including ACT, CLEP, MAT, and GRE (subject exam only).
The Counseling Center is located at 307 Roaden University Center. The phone number is (931) 372- 3331. Students can call the Counseling Center or check the Center’s web site at www.tntech.edu/counsel/ for information regarding walk-in hours, scheduling appointments, workshops, or available groups.