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Counseling Services


If you and/or another person are in danger, call 911 immediately. If you are on campus and need immediate assistance, please call 2020 from a campus phone or 843-553-5896 from any other phone. 


Charleston Southern University's Counseling Services offers professional mental health services in the form of personal counseling from a perspective which integrates Christian theology and psychology. 


We offer professional services for a wide range of issues including (but not limited to):

  • Depression
  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Social Anxiety
  • Eating Concerns
  • Academic Problems
  • Anger Management
  • Substance Abuse
  • Relationship Issues
  • Stress and Time Management

Charleston Southern University

Upcoming Events

  • Arrive Alive Tour: Distracted and Drunk Driving Simulator (Wednesday August 26 from Noon - 6:00 pm outside near the Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership)
    • Join us for the Arrive Alive Tour where you will be able to participate in the distracted/drunk driving simulator. There will also be games, candy/snacks, and prizes for students who participate. 
    • Arrive Alive's mission is to heighten awareness to the dangers and consequences of distracted/drunk driving.

  • National Suicide Prevention Week (September 7-11)

Charleston Southern University

Counseling Center 
Office Hours: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday-Friday
Location: Russell West, 2nd floor
To schedule an appointment call CSU Counseling Services line at 843-863-8010
Questions? Contact Us


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Trident United Way 2-1-1

To simply talk with someone about getting help in general and for information about mental health and community resources, anytime day or night, please call Trident United Way’s 2-1-1  Hotline or 843-744-HELP (4357) from a cell phone.



Contact Us

To schedule an appointment, call CSU Counseling Services line at: 843-863-8010.

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