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Counseling Center

The Drexel University Counseling Center offers free, confidential counseling services to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students.

View our frequently asked questions for additional information about the Counseling Center.

Making an Appointment

The Counseling Center provides flexible, culturally sensitive, goal-focused mental health services, crisis care, and outreach programing to the Drexel community. We offer a hybrid of in-person or telehealth (only for students located in Pennsylvania) options. If you are interested in setting up an appointment, email us at, walk over or call 215.895.1415. If you have an urgent, emergent or crisis concern and you wish to speak with someone immediately, 24/7, call our crisis phone at 215.416.3337.

After you make your first appointment, you will be emailed with instructions for filling out some paperwork through our online portal. All paperwork is to be completed at least two hours before your scheduled appointment or you might be asked to be rescheduled. Please give yourself enough time to fill out the paperwork.

Wellness Zone

The Counseling Center encourages wellness in order to support the mental health of our community. To that end, we have created a new Wellness Zone in 201 Creese Student Center. For more information, please visit the DUCC Wellness Zone website.

BIPOC Drop-Ins

The Counseling Center is pleased to offer a space for Drexel students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to talk about whatever is important to you. For more information, please visit the BIPOC Drop-In site.

Light Box Therapy Program

The Drexel Counseling Center has partnered with the Center for Black Culture, the Athletics Department, and the Drexel Libraries to pilot a Light Box Therapy program.