Concordia’s Counseling Center is here to help you grow emotionally, socially and educationally through increased self-understanding. We offer free individual, couple and group counseling services to all enrolled students.
Services include, but are not limited to: personal growth, interpersonal relationships, grief and loss, self-esteem, sexuality, anxiety, depression, eating problems/body image, alcohol/drug abuse referral source, rape and crisis counseling, and consultation with faculty and staff regarding student-related issues. The Counseling Center also offers disability services to students with long-term or temporary disabilities (please see our Disability Services page).
In Emergency Situations
If an emergency occurs during business hours, please contact the Counseling Center and ask to speak to a counselor immediately. If after hours, contact Campus Security at 218.299.3123 or the police at 911.
|Sanford Medical Center, Fargo
Emergency Center/Trauma Care
Community Resources, Listening & Support
|211 or 701.235.SEEK (7335)|
|Prairie St. John's, Fargo||701.476.7216|
|Local and National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||800.273.TALK (8255)|
|The National Hopeline Network Suicide Crisis Line||800.SUICIDE (874.2433)|
For outside referrals please refer to our list of Community Mental Health Services in the Fargo-Moorhead Area, the links to community organizations (see below), or check out this link from Psychology Today and search therapists in the area by entering Moorhead's zip code: 56560.
Schedule an Appointment
Stop by our office in Academy 106 or call us at 218.299.3514. Appointments are usually available within one week. If you need immediate assistance outside of office hours, please refer to our emergency information.
The Counseling Center fully supports Safe Space on campus, and we pledge to be confidential, nonjudgmental and supportive contacts for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex or asexual (LGBTQIA) members of the Concordia College community.