Counseling Center

Summer virtual appointments available for students registered for summer and/or fall classes 

 

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Phone: 843-953-5640

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Email: Counseling@cofc.edu

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Students can make an appointment by:

  • Completing an Online Appointment Request
    • *Please submit only this form and do not complete any additional paperwork until directed to do so by the counselor.
      • Please call 911 for immediate danger. If you are uncertain if this is an emergency please review this page. For non immediate emergencies please call The Counseling Center directly, 843.953.5640.
  • Emailing: counseling@cofc.edu
  • Calling: 843.953.5640, please leave a voicemail.

All services are completely confidential  

The Counseling Center counselors are not required to report victimizations so students may seek counseling confidentially

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      How are you feeling? Take the anonymous and confidential

Online Self Evaluator 

      

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          Is this an Emergency?  For life threatening emergencies or

immediate threats always call 911. Emergency & Crisis Assistance.

      
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Our Location

 RSS (Robert Scott Small Building) Suite 300 Third Floor 
 Enter the RSS Building from Cougar Mall as pictured below
 843-953-5640
 843-953-8283 (fax)

Photo of the Robert Scott Smalls Building. Counseling is on the third floor 

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Looking for support? The counseling center is open for virtual appointments this summer.  Individual sessions with licensed counselors or a psychiatrist available.  Students must be enrolled for summer and/or fall classes.