The Counseling Center provides a variety of clinical and consultation services to support the mental health needs of Marquette students.
If you are seeking support, call (414) 288-7172 to schedule a phone consultation with one of our trained mental health professionals. During this 15-20 minute consultation, you will discuss your eligibility, treatment needs, and plan.
For mental health emergencies, the following crisis services are available 24 hours a day:
For a life-threatening emergency, call 911 (off campus), (414) 288-1911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
- - For non-life-threatening mental health emergencies:
- - During regular business hours, call us at (414) 288-7172.
- - After business hours, call the Marquette University Police Department at (414) 288-6800 and request to speak with the on-call counselor.
Additionally, can provide students with confidential support by phone or text.
If you are a student, parent, faculty, or staff who is worried about someone else and are looking for , please call us during business hours at (414) 288-7172 to consult.
News & Events:
Clinic Hours are Monday thru Friday from 8am to 4:30pm.
Current COVID-19 protocols: In order to ensure the health and safety of all staff and students, please do not come to the Counseling Center if you are experiencing symptoms of any illness or have had recent contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. When you arrive, you will be required to show your green COVID Cheq and may be asked additional screening questions by our front office staff. Masks (e.g., N95/K95, surgical) are required in all of our spaces regardless of vaccination status. Note that neck gaiters or single layer cloth masks are not approved masks.
Self-guided, online programs for a variety of mental health concerns and everyday issues that can affect your emotional health. Available to all Marquette students, faculty and staff.
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