Spring Hill College Counseling and Wellness Services provides mental health counseling services as well as a variety of educational programs for all full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. 

To make an appointment:

If you are on campus and using a device that is directly connected to the Spring Hill ethernet (such as an on-campus computer lab), please click the following link to schedule an appointment and also to complete all required intake paperwork.


If you would like to make an appointment and you are not using a device connected to the Spring Hill ethernet, please email wellnesscenter@shc.edu. As we are often in session during the day, email is our preferred method of communication. Counseling and Wellness Services is located on the ground floor of the Lucey Administration Center (LAC), next to Public Safety.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency after 4:30 pm weekdays or on the weekend, please contact your RA, Public Safety, or call 911. They will locate the appropriate professional on-call staff member.

Current students can get more information about Counseling and Wellness Services on BadgerWeb.


We can help you with the following and more:

  • Confidential referral for treatment
  • Relationship issues
  • Family matters
  • Alcohol or other drug use
  • Self esteem
  • Academic performance
  • Eating disorders
  • Sexuality
  • Depression
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Crisis intervention

Session Limits & Fees

There is no charge for routine services provided by the collegCounseling and Wellness Services offers counseling and programming services to currently enrolled Spring Hill College students AT NO CHARGE additional to those included in student tuition costs. CWS does not have a fee schedule for session visits and therefore, does not file insurance.

Counseling & Wellness Services utilizes a brief therapy model for services. Therefore, each currently enrolled student is allotted 8 counseling visits per semester. These visits may be used as decided between the client and their assigned counselor. Each visit lasts between 30-45 minutes, depending on the client’s need. Students requiring more than eight sessions to reach their goals or students needing support beyond CWS’ capabilities may be referred to an off-campus practitioner in an effort to provide the student with the best care. Exceptions to the 8-session limitation may be made at the counselor’s discretion.

Counseling & Wellness Services established its priorities in line with Spring Hill College’s Mission and Strategic Plan. Our overall goal is to enhance and expand mental health services available to students at our college thus ensuring that all students desiring to access mental health services have the opportunity to do so in a timely and efficient manner.

  • Increase utilization of counseling services thus reducing mental health issues on campus and increasing student retention.
  • Increase the visual presence on campus of the Counseling & Wellness Center, its staff, and its mission.
  •  Increase the promotion of student wellness while reducing the stigma associated with the utilization of mental health services.
  • Develop policies and implement best practices of care for students needing mental health assistance. 
  • Provide support to students, faculty, and staff during mental health crises on campus.

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