Counseling Services

Individual and group counseling are available for students who may be experiencing anxiety or stress while adjusting to university. All counseling services are provided on a voluntary, confidential basis and are free to currently enrolled students at Middle Georgia State University. Students seeking personal counseling must be enrolled for four or more hours and must be currently attending class at the time counseling is sought. Students requiring or requesting long-term or intensive therapy will be referred to off-campus providers and support groups as appropriate. Each semester, Counseling Services sponsors seminars and programs on topics related to personal growth and development. Topics for these programs have included increasing self-esteem, managing stress, communication skills, career issues, life planning, improving academic effectiveness, and maintaining healthy relationships. Counseling Services has two campus locations, the Student Life Center on the Macon Campus (478) 471-2985 and in Georgia Hall on the Cochran Campus (478)-934-3080. Counselors travel to the Dublin, Eastman and Warner Robins campuses by appointments. For more information, visit the Web site at: