About the Counseling Center
The TN Tech Counseling Center offers brief, short term, solution focused therapeutic interventions for TN Tech University Students. The staff of the Counseling Center is available to assist students with their personal and social concerns in hopes of helping them achieve satisfying educational and life experiences. There are a variety of groups and workshops that are offered throughout the school year. Services offered by the Counseling Center are free for enrolled students of TN Tech and are confidential.
As a member of the Division of Student Affairs, the Counseling Center's mission is to promote healthy student development during the college experience. In our efforts to accomplish this, the Counseling Center offers a wide range of mental health, educational, and consultative services to students and other members of the campus community.
#HopeStrongEagles” Prevention Program.
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 TN Tech University 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 TN Tech University Office of Research to acquire the funding for this very competitive grant. The program officially kicked off October 1, 2015 on the TN Tech University campus. The Grant ended on September 30, 2018, but the program is continuing.
As always, the TN Tech Counseling Center is available during regular business hours to assist you. For more information, please contact the Tennessee Tech Counseling Center.
The TN Tech Counseling Center is open Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 4:30 pm.The office is closed from 12 - 1 pm for lunch. We are located in the Roaden University Center, 3rd Floor, Room 307, or you may contact us at 931-372-3331. You may also contact us at: email@example.com. Please use the email for questions that are not urgent in nature.
The Tennessee Tech Counseling Center has its own Eagle Eye After Hours Crisis Hotline. This hotline is free, confidential and available to TN Tech students. TN Tech Students can access this hotline weekdays after 4:30, weekends and holidays in cases of mental health emergencies.
The Counselors at TN Tech Eagle Eye After Hours Crisis Hotline is accessible at:
855-206-8997 or 931-372-3331
If you need emergency assistance during lunch hours (12 - 1 pm) that cannot wait until the office reopens in the afternoon, please contact the campus police at 931-372-3234.
Disclaimer: We strive to ensure that all information contained within this web site is accurate and current; however, due to the changing nature of the web and of the information posted, this may not always be possible. All links to sites outside the Counseling Center are given as a courtesy to visitors to this site. The Counseling Center makes no claim that the information given in externally linked sites is accurate or current.
If you have any questions about any information contained within the TN Tech Counseling Center website, please feel free to contact the TN Tech Counseling Center at 931-372-3331 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.