The Student Counseling & Wellness Resource Center, is a Division of Student Affairs. The Counseling Center offers a range of services to assist all currently enrolled students at Grambling State University who may need assistance balancing the difficulties you may experience doing you time here at the University.
The SCWRC wants to thank you for visiting our webpage. The GSU Student Counseling & Wellness Resource Center staff would like to invite you to explore our webpage. We acknowledge, leaving home can be challenging and even scary sometimes, we get it, it is a huge transition. However, the Counseling Center would like to assist you in whatever needs you have during this time in your life; even though college can be an exciting time it can also cause stress and anxiety. The requirements to complete certain tasks and the amount of homework a student may have, involvement in organizations, and the change of environment may be overwhelming. Many times, students may also be dealing with stress regarding relatives, friends, as well as getting to understand your new roommate, significant others, and learning to balance your financial responsibilities.
By exploring our website, you will learn about each of the services we provide in The Counseling Center.
Our primary goal is to ensure that students are provided with the services and tools needed to support their growth, development, and learning to develop at Grambling State University. This website serves as one of those tools.
We hope you find this website useful. Please do not hesitate to contact the Counseling Center if you have any questions, at (318) 274-3277.
Dr. Coleen Speed
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If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency or you are in immediate danger, call 911.
Accessibility and Accommodations
We are on the second floor of the Nursing Building while we await the completion of the Foster Johnson Center’s renovations.
We are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and Fridays 8 until 11:30 AM for appointments during the academic year. The office is closed during the lunch hour, but there is a counselor on call 24 hours/7 days a week.
If you need assistance outside our regular business hours, contact an emergency resource which is the Grambling State University Police Department at 318-274-2222 or call 911.