Student Counseling Service
Students often juggle multiple roles and demands, which for some students can be too much to manage. Student Counseling Service is committed to helping you get the most from your educational experience by supporting optimum well-being and psychological wellness.
During your visit with Student Counseling Service, we'll assess the nature of your concerns and recommend specific ways to meet your goals. We aim to help you live a happier, healthier and more productive life by bringing awareness and intentionality to your choices. Our process is collaborative, focused on solutions to meet your needs.
Eligibility and Cost
Services at Student Counseling Service are FREE to Rosalind Franklin University students, provided you are currently enrolled as defined by Student Affairs and Inclusion. DePaul University students who are taking classes at RFUMS as part of the DePaul Alliance may also utilize Student Counseling Service . DePaul students can attend an initial consultation assessment session at no cost; sessions following are $5 per session with a maximum of 20 sessions per time in your program. We are not able to see non-students in any capacity (i.e. couples counseling with a currently enrolled student), but we are able to offer education and referral resources.
- Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. (by appointment)
- First Saturdays of the month, 8 a.m. - noon (by appointment)
- 3471 Green Bay Road
- North Chicago, IL 60064
Are the counselors also on faculty at RFUMS?
No. The clinicians at Student Counseling Service do not have faculty appointments or teaching responsibilities at RFUMS. This is to ensure privacy and protection for students.
Are my visits to the Student Counseling Service confidential?
Matters shared with Student Counseling Service clinicians are kept confidential and private. There are specific laws and ethics relevant to confidentiality and exceptions, which are upheld by Student Counseling Service clinicians and will be reviewed with you in your first visit.
Will my academic record include visits to the Student Counseling Service?
Visits to Student Counseling Service are not part of your academic record, but are managed as health record and are protected by all applicable federal and state laws.