The Counseling Center provides a wide range of services and resources if you find yourself struggling with depression, anxiety, or other stressors that are interfering with your work as a graduate student.
Counseling Telehealth – In addition to the in-person counseling services offered through the NC State Counseling Center, AcademicLiveCare is also available for confidential online counseling resources.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Embedded Counselor
The College has partnered with the Counseling Center to provide a mental health counselor who serves CALS and the College of Sciences. For more information visit the Ag and Sciences Embedded Counselor page.
NC State’s Campus Health is designed to meet the health needs of NC State students. Highly qualified professionals provide top quality care and can assist with referrals to on and off campus resources. As a part of tuition and fees, the health fee at NC State covers routine visits to providers (physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners). Services with a charge are offered at prices competitive with the community.
NC State Wellness and Recreation
NC State Wellness and Recreation empowers the Wolfpack community to thrive. Together, we explore and grow in these six elements of wellness: purpose, financial, physical, emotional, social and community. Our programs, services and facilities enhance academic success by assisting students in developing skills and resilience needed for college and beyond.
NC State CARES
If you are concerned about a fellow student’s mental health or that they may harm themselves or others, you can submit a referral to NC State CARES. A Prevention Services counselor will reach out to the student and assist them in accessing resources that can assist them in their success.
NC State campus partners have developed many programs to support students in need of food, housing, financial, and educational security. These are all aggregated under the Pack Essentials web site.
Mental Health First Aid
If interested, you can receive crisis training, and learn how to support individuals developing mental health concerns. See the Mental Health First Aid page for more information.