Rose State College offers short-term counseling to current students and employees. Counseling is a confidential process designed to help you address concerns, come to a greater understanding of yourself, and learn effective personal and interpersonal coping strategies. Counseling involves a relationship between you and licensed counselor who has the desire and willingness to help you accomplish your individual goals or address your concern and fears. What you talk about with the counselor is confidential. There are some limits to confidentiality; however, these will be explained and given to you in writing on your first visit.
Counseling may be of help to you if you...
- feel as if you have no direction in life
- are in an abusive relationship
- have something you have never told anybody, but feel like you should
- don't know how to study
- received good grades in high school and now are on academic probation
- can't decide on a major
- having difficulties succeeding in college
An appointment can be scheduled with a licensed professional counselor, by calling 733-7373.
All calls and information are confidential.
The Special Services Office is located in the Student Services Building, Room 101. Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information on specific areas of concern, please feel free to browse the links below.
The Student Outreach Office assists with tutoring young students through the RSC Adopted Schools Program. Recruitment of Rose State students, employees and staff help staff this endeavor. A "Help Children Read" program is a continuing effort to have people assist the young readers and make a difference in their life. Volunteer times are less than a one hour commitment.
If you would be interested in helping "make a difference in a child's life" please call 733-7373 between 8a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday or email Joanne Stafford.