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Guide to Graduation!
Graduating can be exciting. However, it can also increase anxiety related to taking the next step in to your chosen career. We have created a handout of helpful tips to be mindful of as you approach graduation. For more information please click here Guide to Graduation.
Eligibility of Students Graduating on May 19, 2017:
INITIAL EVALUATIONS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS
Students graduating are eligible for an initial evaluation with an SCC counselor until the day of graduation. Based on the SCC counselor’s recommendations and time constraints, graduating students may receive some counseling and/or referral assistance for counseling post-graduation.
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS
Students graduating May 19, 2017 are not eligible for initial medication evaluations after March 1, 2017. In order to evaluate potential benefits or side effects of new medications, SCC psychiatrist need sufficient time to be able to meet with students. Meeting after March 1, 2017 would not allow time to provide quality care. SCC Staff are available and will gladly help graduating students with referral assistance for medication management services outside of the university.
Student Health may be able to start new medications for graduating students. Interested students should contact Student Health directly to inquire about this option (667-217-1899).
Want to Make an Appointment?
Welcome new and returning students. To schedule an appointment call (410) 328-8404 or come to our office during regular business hours. Click the "Learn More" tab below for additional information about scheduling an appointment.
The Student Counseling Center will be offering psychoeducation workshops and groups this Spring Semester. They are the Creating Change in Your Life Workshop, Coping Skills Group, Social Strengths Workshop, Understanding Self and Others Student Process Group, and "The Five Love Languages” Book Club. These workshops are offered only to current UMB students. Please click "learn more" for more information, times, and dates.
Academic and Employment Accomodations
SCC clinicians do not assess or evaluate for academic or employment disability accommodations, Peace Corps applications, child custody, or any other employment purposes. Disability accommodations at UMB are determined and coordinated by Educational Support and Disability Services (ESDS).