Suicide Prevention Week, September 8th-14th
If you are in a crisis call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) - The National Suicide Prevention Line
September 8th, 11am - 1:30pm: Information Table and Video at the MBSC Fireside Lounge.
September 9th, 12pm - 1pm: Kim Foundation Voice for Hope and Healing Presentation at the Milo Bail Student Center, Dodge Room.
September 11th, 11am - 1:30pm: Information Table and Video in the HPER Atrium.
The UNO Counseling Center is located on the southwest side of the first floor in the HPER building. Entering from the main entrance on the north side of the building, head down the hallway that is next to the MavRec Café. The counseling center is co-located with Health Services in Room 102 half-way down the hall on the right.
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday.
View the services offered by the Counseling Center and how we support students, faculty, and staff.
Get to know a little more about each of our counselors and staff.
The first visit can be the most stressful. Find out more about what happens at the first visit.
Find more information on what to do if you, or someone you know, is experiencing a crisis.
Here you can find helpful facts and resources for common concerns many college students face.
Parent support is key to student success. Find out more about how you can support your college student.
UNO is committed to a culture of caring. These resources are designed to help faculty and staff support students in need.
Talking to your student about alcohol and drugs can be difficult. This tool provides parents with resources to have these difficult conversations.
We at the UNO Counseling Center are committed to providing a safe and welcoming experience to ALL students, faculty and staff who come through our doors. We believe that every person has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. Our staff regularly attend trainings and workshops to further our competency as it relates to issues of diversity. In addition, our staff serve on various committees on campus and provide important trainings in order to promote an accepting environment on our campus and in the community.
We recognize that students, faculty, and staff come from intersecting identities that include their ethnic/racial identity, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, country of origin, age, socio-economic status, body shape/size, ability, religion/spirituality, and opinion/point of view. Our staff work to make sure each person we work with feels valued and appreciated for who they are. We also recognize that people who come to see us often struggle with issues related to diversity such as discrimination, acts of bias, feelings of non-acceptance and self-discovery. We will work to make sure each person feels safe and supported.