Programs & Events

Freshmen Wellness Check

Monday, August 21, 2017, 9:30-11am; 2-3:30pm; 3:30-5pm

    The Counseling & Testing Center (CTC) will guide the freshmen through a wellness check that will assist them in exploring their personality, learning styles and mental/emotional wellness. Freshmen complete the Do What You Are (DWYA) and Index of Learning Styles (ILS) assessments prior to the wellness check. During the day of the Wellness Check, students will complete a mental/emotional wellness screening, and will discuss how to make their results on all three assessments useful. Follow the link for more information on the Index of Learning Styles (ILS).


Health & Fitness Expo



    This year, the Counseling & Testing Center is joining other university departments to participate in the Health & Fitness Expo. This is the university’s homecoming weekend and there are plenty of activities for students and alumni, including a 5/10K Run that will start before the Expo. As participants end their run/walk, they can engage with the expo. We are planning activities for the whole family. Stay tunned.


Co-Curricular Short Course Presentations

(All Presentations are in Buller Hall)


September 26, 2017

How Do I Fit In?

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October 3, 2017

“Achieving Emotional Intelligence”

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November 14, 2017

“You Don't Choose Your Family”

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November 21, 2017

“Combatting the Winter Blues”

Come examine the new drug that is sweeping the nation and destroying lives. You will learn ways that this deadly drug affects you as well as resources on how to overcome challenges associate with substance use.


Spring Semester 2016


Health & Wellness Fest

February 25-March 3, 2018, Various Locations

    This year, the Counseling & Testing Center is joining other university departments to participate in the 3rd Annual Health and Wellness Fest. This will be a week long celebration of health and wellness across all dimensions of wellness.


January 12, 2016

“Making Time Work for You”

Learning how to maximize your 24 hour day; organizing and managing your time more effectively so that you can enjoy your college experience.


January 19, 2016

“Breaking the Stigma”

It’s time to break the chains and unleash your true potentials. Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, only you can free your mind.


February 23, 2016

Embrace Your Imperfection

We all have those things that we do not like about ourselves. However, those are the things that make us individuals. It is important to embrace those characteristics and realize that we were all created with unique abilities. Come share this message of self-esteem with us.


March 1, 2016

“Alcohol, Gambling, and Addictions”

Many times we believe that alcohol and other drugs are commonplace around us. What do the real statistics and stories say about alcohol, marijuana and other drugs.


March 27, 2016

“When a Relationship Turns Sour”

What makes a healthy relationship? This presentation focuses on identifying the ingredients that contribute to healthy and strong relationships, while discovering the ontes that are potentially toxic. Come and dialog about how you can make the most of your friendships and be intentional about belonging to a healthy community.
National Awareness/Other Events for 2017-2018


September 14, 2017

CTC Open House (3:30pm)

Come connect with the CTC staff and enjoy free food, coffee and a movie. You'll see that counselors are people too, and we enjoy connecting with students in a non-formal way.


October 5, 2017

National Depression Screening Day 

Save the date! Engage with your community and raise awareness about depression and the impact it has on college students. Take an in-person or an online screening. 



February 22 - 27, 2016


Come participate in this campus-wide norming campaign to reset the way you think about at-risk behaviors.


March 7-10, 2016


Come enjoy a fun filled few days with many activities including the wellness fair. Learn some helpful tips to become a healthier person.


April 6, 2017

National Alcohol Screening Day (11am-2pm, Campus Center)

Come participate in the events for the day.


Please Call 269-471-3470 for further information.