Life is not always smooth sailing, especially considering the many demands of college. This is why Sandhills Community College offers you the assistance of professional counselors who can give you the opportunity to explore issues and share concerns about college life.
Our counselors are available to help you with academic, personal, mental or social issues that may be interfering with your academic success. They are trained professionals who can respond to your concerns in an objective and nonjudgmental manner.
There is no charge for counseling services and your sessions are strictly confidential.
Our counselors can refer you to local providers if you wish to seek counseling services off campus or if you need on-going, therapeutic counseling.
Helpful Counseling Contacts and Sites
Reasons to Seek Counseling
Some of the most common problems for which students seek help include the following:
- Difficulty concentrating or completing academic tasks
- Family or relationship problems
- Issues of grief and loss
- Difficulty managing stress
- Adjustment concerns
- Relating with peers
- Coping with academic pressures and problems
- Lack of motivation
Benefits from Counseling
The counseling process can be an educational experience. You may not only learn more about yourself, but you may learn new skills to cope with personal, social, and academic demands. You may gain:
- Improved communication and interpersonal skills
- Greater self-acceptance and self-esteem
- Exploring feelings
- Ability to manage stress effectively
- Gaining insight
- Making positive changes
Counseling sessions are scheduled by appointment weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (hours may vary during summer months). Sessions generally last 45 minutes.
Please feel free to call, email, or visit the office of any one of our counselors to set up an appointment.
Rosa McAllister-McRae; Residency, Transfer, and Personal Counselor
112 Stone Hall
Randal Foster; Career and Personal Counselor
113 Blue Hall
Adele Chestnut, Continuing Education Counselor
113-A Van Dusen Hall
Student Support Service Counselor
150 Kennedy Hall