Counseling Center

Promoting positive mental health: Counseling Center offers resources to navigate challenges during COVID-19

The University Counseling Center recognizes the new challenges brought on by the pandemic and is dedicated to promoting the mental health of the student body through counseling, education and consultation.

Feb 15, 2021


New app for GVSU faculty, staff members supports student mental health needs

The GV Mental Health app was developed by the University Counseling Center (UCC) by working with GVSU's Applied Computing Institute and several undergraduate and graduate Computer Science students. The app is free and available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Oct 5, 2020


Virtual, self-guided workshops from GVSU Counseling Center offer resources for students

To help Grand Valley students with challenges that come from a new academic year and the ongoing pandemic, Grand Valley's University Counseling Center has developed a series of virtual workshops.

Sep 29, 2020


Free, confidential screenings on National Depression Screening Day

The Counseling Center will participate in National Depression Screening Day October 3, by offering brief, confidential screenings on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses.

Oct 1, 2019


Panels from AIDS memorial quilt will be on campus

Grand Valley's Student Services and Inclusion and Equity departments have teamed to bring panels from the NAMES Project Foundation AIDS Memorial Quilt to campus next week prior to World AIDS Day on December 1.

Nov 21, 2018


Free and confidential screenings offered on National Depression Screening Day

Students can complete a brief, confidential screening on campus, and will have the opportunity to meet with a counselor after to discuss results.

Oct 2, 2018


Dedication held for Lubbers Student Services Center

President Thomas J. Haas told a crowd of about 400 people that President Emeritus Arend D. "Don" Lubbers is a "consummate friend-raiser" who created extraordinary opportunities for Grand Valley.

Aug 24, 2018


Student participates in new Netflix mental health awareness campaign

While most college students view Netflix as a way to take a study break or procrastinate, one first-year student views the streaming service as something much more: a platform to promote mental health resources.

Apr 12, 2018


Creating inclusive communities is focus of annual seminar

An activist who is a writer and lawyer will lead a one-day seminar November 3 that focuses on creating inclusive classrooms, communities and campus environments.

Oct 24, 2017