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MTSU Counseling Services Continuing to Serve Students During Crisis


Morgan Gonzalez, MTN Reporter

April 10th, 2020


MTSU's Counseling Services may have closed the doors to their physical office on campus, but they are continuing to serve students during the COVID-19 crisis by offering online services, according to an email sent out by MTSU's President Sidney McPhee.


Counseling Services will provide supportive care and problem solving assistance to students during the COVID-19 crisis via one-time virtual appointments, either by phone or Microsoft Teams.


Due to the challenges of operating remotely, Counseling Services will be limiting the number of on-going, weekly sessions they have with students, so as to provide assistance and services to as many students as possible.


First-time students will go through a telehealth screening to determine recommended treatment options, and Counseling Service's hours will remain the same as usual: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,

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