In Person – our office is located in Miguel Hall, Room 501 (access through northern stairwell)
In case of emergency when the Counseling Center is closed, please call:
Public Safety at 718-862-7333
Residence Life (a resident director, area coordinator, or resident assistant)
What to Expect
When you arrive at the Counseling Center, you will be asked to complete a confidential electronic intake. The information you provide will assist us in getting to know you and understand your concerns.
The focus of the initial appointment is to understand how your functioning is being impacted and to consider a plan of action for your individual wellness. Working together we will assess your needs and recommend the most appropriate level of services. The initial appointment also provides support and response to student concerns, ensuring that any emergency needs or elevated mental health risk receive immediate attention.
The Manhattan College Counseling Center takes students’ privacy very seriously and maintains a strict policy on confidentiality. All student information and communication is private and confidential. No other college offices or departments have access to Counseling Center records. Staff members, however, may disclose information deemed necessary in cases of harm to self or others, evidence of child abuse, or upon court order.