TN Tech Counseling Office
TN Tech Counseling Fax
TN Tech After Hours Suicide Prevention Hot Line
931-372-3331 or 855-206-8997
**Reminder that the Hotline is for TN Tech Students only.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline may be accessed at
Roaden University Center Room 307
TN Tech Counseling Center
1000 N Dixie Ave.
Campus Box 5094
Cookeville, TN 38505
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
*Closed from noon - 1:00pm for lunch.
Please note the the office is closed when the University Offices are closed for holidays or inclement weather.
When the University is Closed, the Counseling Center phones roll over to the TN Tech After Hours Suicide Prevention Hotline.
The TN Tech Counseling Center operates within the Division of Student Affairs. We are located in the Roaden University Center Room 307. We offer a variety of services to TN Tech students. Clinical services are provided by professional clinicians holding an active license in the State of Tennessee. Services available include:
- Personal Counseling
- Academic Skills Enhancement
- Career Exploration
- Crisis Services
- Group Counseling
- Substance Abuse
- Campus Outreach
- Consultation Services
The staff members of the TN Tech Counseling Center respectfully request that you contact our office by phone (931-372-3331) or stop by the office located in Room 307 of the Roaden University Center if you would like to schedule an appointment. This is because the confidentiality of email cannot be guaranteed and also because we do not maintain 24-hour access to e-mail accounts. We may only check email once per day and not on weekends or when away from the office. For all of these reasons, it is our policy not to schedule appointments via e-mail.
If you would like to take a mental health screening prior to your initial appointment, or at any time, you may find them here:
Mental Health Screenings.
If you are already attending counseling services, or have made an appointment, you may find it helpful to bring a copy of the screening report with you to your session. The screening tool is available to help identify areas of concern such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and alcohol issues.
The Tennessee Tech University Counseling Center in Cookeville, Tenn., received a three-year $278,466 campus suicide prevention grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) Division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This funding will go toward initiating the “#hopestrongeagles” Suicide Prevention Program. The Suicide Prevention Program will be available to any TTU student who needs the program’s services, and was developed by Christina Mick, Ed.D.,Assistant Director of Clinical Services at the Counseling Center. Dr. Mick worked diligently with the assistance of the TTU Office of Research to acquire the funding for this very competitive grant. The program officially kicked off October 1, 2015 on the TTU campus. The Grant ends on September 30, 2018, but the program is continuing.