Counseling Services

Counseling Services personnel are professionally trained to help students cope with a wide variety of educational, adjustment, and mental health issues.  Counseling services are confidential.  The counseling relationship allows students to confidentially discuss their personal thoughts and feelings and helps them stay on track academically. 

Our counselors are happy to speak with students about any issue causing concern or distress.  Common reason for seeking counseling include the following; anxiety, depression, loneliness, eating disorders, alcohol and other drugs, trauma and abuse issues, assertiveness, relationship issues, communication skills, time management, academic problems, and issues related to sexuality.

Counseling & Health Services also offers workshops and programs in convenient gathering places on campus.  Our staff and expert guest speakers facilitate discussions on various topics, including conflict resolution, stress management, alcohol and substance abuse, body image, eating disorders and healthy relationships. 

Counseling Services offers a variety of resources on various topics of interest to students.  We collaborate with Residence Life, Student Organizations and Clubs, and any group of students interested in learning more about a particular topic.  Students are encouraged to suggest topics of interest to our staff to help develop relevant and useful presentations geared to student’s needs. 

If you are experiencing an emergency on one of our campuses, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.  Also, please notify security.

The following publically available resources are listed below.

National Mental Health + Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line

The Counseling & Health Services Office is located on the New Rochelle Campus in the Angela Building, first floor.  To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call 914-654-5311.  Counseling & Health Services are available to all enrolled CNR students. 


The resources listed above have been compiled with the intent of centralizing publicly available resources that may be useful to our students.  It should be noted, however, that The College of New Rochelle does not endorse any of the resources on the list.  Students are implored to discern the organizations’ offerings to determine appropriateness for their individual circumstance.  The College of New Rochelle does not accept liability for any activities of students or institutions in connection with these resources or their representatives.  Additionally we strive to maintain accuracy.  Please notify us at or call 914-654-5311 if you encounter any discrepancies or difficulties.