Cultivating a resilient and compassionate community.
Fall Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
The Counseling Center will be closed on Monday, September 5th - Labor Day
Counseling services are provided either in-person or virtually via secure Zoom for all registered SUNY Fredonia Students. You are welcome to choose which form of service delivery you are most comfortable with. All clinical mental health services are free and confidential. Scroll down for more information regarding the services we offer to support your well-being and academic success.
Please call the office at 716-673-3424 to inquire about services and to schedule appointments.
In the event of a mental health emergency, please contact University Police at 716-673-3333, the Chautauqua County Crisis Hotline (1-800-724-0461) or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 988.
As a way of trying to continually improve our services we provide to students, we encourage your feedback. We would love to hear your thoughts, suggestions, or concerns. Click the link for the Counseling Center Feedback Form below if you would like to leave feedback. You can choose to comment anonymously, or if you would like a response from the Counseling Center, you may choose to leave your name and contact information.
If you would prefer to speak with a staff member directly, please give us a call at 716-673-3424 and request to speak with the Clinical Director, Jeff Janicki, or Interim Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Tracy Stenger at 716-673-3271. If you have already met with a counselor and would prefer to speak with them about your suggestions, you may also choose to reach out to them directly.
If you attended a Counseling Center Outreach Presentation. Please take a minute to offer us constructive feedback by clicking the link below:
In support of Fredonia’s strategic plan and institutional learning goals, the Counseling Center promotes student’s mental health, wellness, growth and development. [Expanded Mission Statement]
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