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The latest coronavirus information and fall 2020 updates: marquette.edu/coronavirus.

 

 

COVID-19 UPDATE

 

The Marquette University Counseling Center remains committed to supporting student emotional wellbeing and resilience.  Adhering with the government, medical, and university guidelines to employ proper health and safety protocols to reduce the risk of COVID19 infection, the MUCC is implementing the following temporary changes to service.

 

These changes are in effect from June 22, 2020-August 25, 2020:

 

MUCC will provide mental health services primarily by phone and secure videoconferencing as all in-person services are currently suspended. 

 

Students who are interested in seeking counseling services should call the Counseling Center at 414-288-7172 for a phone consultation to further discuss treatment needs and recommendations.  At this time, the Counseling Center offers short-term individual counseling via secure videoconferencing for students currently residing in Wisconsin.  If currently residing outside of Wisconsin or otherwise ineligible for services, psychoeducational resources or referrals to community providers will be offered, as appropriate.  For more information about counseling appointments, click here.

 

For students with pressing mental health needs, crisis services remain available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for mental health emergencies:

 

 

 

 

STATEMENT ON RACIAL INJUSTICE AND VIOLENCE


We at MUCC want to express our deep sadness and anger after learning of the killing of George Floyd earlier this week. We are aware of the trauma you may be experiencing from hearing the news and witnessing his death, as well as from reading countless stories of violence against the Black community. To our Marquette University students, and in particular, to our students in the Black community, our hearts go out to you and we stand in solidarity with you. Given all of the emotions you may be feeling in response to the death of George Floyd, we encourage you to take care of yourself, in whatever way you need, and to reach out to MUCC if you are in need of additional support and space to process your reactions.

 

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SOCIAL MEDIA

 

 

CRISIS INTERVENTION

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COMMON CONCERNS

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

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