You Can Flourish

We can HELP

Welcome to the Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is a center of encouraging, compassionate professionals who engage students in overcoming challenges and achieving wellness while honoring the dignity and worth of each person.

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During Office Hours

Make an appointment to see one of our counselors. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis (thoughts of harming self or others, recent loss or trauma), please inform us upon your arrival or call.

After hours SUPPORT

If you are experiencing a crisis after the Counseling Center is closed, please contact one of the following agencies:

UW MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT 24/7
CALL (920) 424-2061, option 2
 CALL or TEXT 1-888-531-2142
CHAT with a counselor


OTHER RESOURCES 
CALL 911
National Support Line CALL  or   TEXT 988
Connect with the Winnebago County Crisis Mental Health at (920) 233-7707

 

QUICK INFORMATION

 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
(920) 424-2061
  UWO Counseling Center
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Oshkosh Campus
Fox Cities Campus


STUDENT RESOURCES

  Log into the student portal
 Find help for you or someone else

What to Expect

The Counseling Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh provides a place of inspiration and guidance for the complete wellness of all students. Our approach includes a balance of treating mental illness concerns and strengthening the essential aspects of mental health. Our focus is for students to flourish, which includes feeling good and functioning well.

Confidentiality Information

The UW Oshkosh Counseling Center is required by state law and ethic standards to guarantee that everything a counseling client talks about with a counselor is held in strict confidence. This means that information shared by you during counseling will be kept within the confines of the Counseling Center and will not be shared with others (including parents, other family members, instructors, or other university officials) unless you give written authorization to release the information.

Exemptions to Confidentiality
  • Counselors with the Center routinely consult with one another about cases in order to provide the most effective service to students.
  • If you threaten to harm yourself or anyone else and we believe the threat is serious, we are obligated to take appropriate action to protect life. This may include arranging voluntary or involuntary hospitalization, notifying law enforcement authorities, university personnel, and/or notifying the emergency contact you have designated.
  • If we have reason to believe that you or someone you know is abusing or neglecting children or a vulnerable adult, we are required by law to report this to the appropriate state agency.
  • If you are involved in litigation and we receive a court order requesting records, we are required by law to comply.

Find Your Inspiration

The Counseling Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is here on campus to provide a place of inspiration and guidance for the complete wellness of all students. Our approach includes a balance of treating mental illness concerns and strengthening the emotional aspects of mental health.

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What does it mean to flourish?

Our focus is for students to flourish, which includes feeling good and functioning well. The Counseling Center has returned to providing in-person services while maintaining tele-mental health options for students. We also have a wide range of adjunctive services to assist you in Flourishing at UWO.

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TALK TO A COUNSELOR
Schedule an appointment
 Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

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Oshkosh Campus
Student Success Center
Suite 240
Fox Cities

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After hours | UW Mental Health Support 24/7

CALL (920) 424-2061, option 2
  CALL or TEXT 1-888-531-2142
CHAT with a counselor
National suicide and crisis lifeline: CALL or   TEXT 988
Connect with Winnebago County Crisis Mental Health at (920) 233-7707