Counseling and Psychological Services is a division of Campus Life and Student Affairs. The division exists to help students function more effectively in the Drew University Community. Our mission is to help students define their personal and academic goals. Information and counseling are provided to help students to deal with their individual concerns by helping them to understand themselves better and explore alternatives, reach decisions, or feel better about coping with problems.
We offer a broad range of group programs and short-term individual counseling for undergraduate and graduate students. Our purpose is to assist students in their personal, social, and academic development, and the achievement of life goals. Services are provided free to all interested Drew students. Sometimes referrals are made to other, more appropriate, resources either within the university community, or outside the university.
Alumni/ae may consult a counselor for a brief consultation and/or referral. Staff and faculty will also be seen on a consulting basis. Referrals can be made for longer term counseling. We are located on the South end of Drew University’s campus in Holloway Annex 21 adjacent to the Health Center just up the hill from the University Commons or the Forum.
General E-mail: email@example.com
*Email is not a confidential form of communication. Please do NOT send emergency messages to this account, as we are not able to respond immediately.
If you are in crisis:
- During the Fall and Spring semesters, please contact us by phone, 973-408-3398 (Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm)
- Public Safety, 973-408-4444 (emergency number, available 24/7)
Other crisis numbers include:
- Morristown Medical Center Crisis Intervention (973-540-0100)
- 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Morris Cares Sexual Assault Hotline (973-829-0587)
- Contact We Care (908-232-2880)