Counseling Center 


Additional Student Counseling Services
Dear Students:

When tragedies occur, we all need someone to lean on. As a community, we will pull together and lean on each other. However, in light of recent events, we wanted to remind you that you have 24 hour support available through New Directions Behavioral Health. They have counselors available right now to assist you in working through your feelings. Please take advantage of this support.

Toll Free: 800-624-5544
Login code: Tuskegee

The University Counseling Center provides personal and educational counseling for all Tuskegee University students.  The variety of counseling services offered is therapeutic in nature and is held in a private and confidential setting to allow students to clarify their thoughts and feelings, gain insight and understanding of self and others, find meaningful solutions to problems and learn strategies for coping with the challenges of the university setting. 

The primary function of the University Counseling Center is to provide individual and group counseling to students who may be experiencing difficulty with personal and social issues, academics, stress management, test anxiety, grief, relationships, sexuality, family concerns, study skills, career, drug and alcohol substance abuse.

The Center primarily serves students, but is open to faculty and staff. Students are referred to professional agencies as the Center staff deems appropriate. All matters discussed during counseling sessions are held in strict confidence.


The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the Old Administration Building. The phone number is (334) 727-8244.  Services are offered from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments are encouraged, but not a necessity.

Quick References

Americans with Disabilities Act 504 Accommodations Program

Mission: In line with our University's mission, the 504 Accommodations Program is in place to provide and/or help students acquire the necessary resources and accommodations needed (as verified through proper documentation) to help them become the most effective professionals and leaders of society.

Questions You May Have About Counseling

If you have nervous problems such as tension, depression, fears, fatigue, etc. and/or various physical complaints for which your family medical doctor finds no physical basis; if you have a school, sex, or marital related problem; or if you merely feel irritable, unhappy, and/or believe that you are not getting the most out of life, counseling will be of help to you.

Veterans Affairs

The Veterans Affairs office serves as liaison between Veteran students enrolled at Tuskegee University and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Counseling and support services are provided to address unique characteristic needs and problems of veteran students, dependents and National Guard/reserve members.