The TN Tech Counseling Center offers brief, short term, solution focused therapeutic interventions for TN Tech University Students. Eligible students are allotted 12 individual sessions per academic year. This does not include workshops, groups or crisis appointments.
Students with more complex, severe or chronic psychological or issues related to substance use that would be best served through long-term therapy are referred to an outside provider in the community. We are available to assist students with this process.
- Personal Counseling
- Crisis Services
- Couples / Co-joint Counseling ** Couples and Co-Joint Counseling Sessions are not available at this time.
- Premarital Counseling Premarital Counseling Sessions are not available at this time.
- Group Counseling
- Workshops / Campus Outreach
- Consultation Services
Counseling Center Services
Eligibility for Counseling Services
Any student who is currently enrolled at TN Tech Univ. is eligible for Counseling Center services. These services are free to currently registered TN Tech students. When a student requires a service that is not provided by the Counseling Center, we will assist in making a referral to an appropriate community resource.
The entire staff of the TN Tech University Counseling Center works as a team to uphold our Confidentiality Policy. Confidentiality and Exceptions and Limitations are outlined in the Informed Consent & Notice of Privacy Practice Document.
Additional Services for First Year Students
What is Launchpad?
The Launchpad Student Success Center is one location that focuses on first-year student advising, transition, career-readiness, and success with an additional emphasis on assisting any undecided/undeclared student with career and major exploration and selection.
The Launchpad Student Success Center and team are trained to identify and provide students with access to tools and resources on and off campus to help them in their transition to academic and college life at Tennessee Tech. Additionally, we partner with faculty to identify concerns with first-year students' academic success, course attendance and participation, and well-being to intervene early and often to help keep students on track to graduate.
Check out the site for Workshops and additional resources for first year students.