Counseling

Sig Tau takes the mental health of our members seriously; it is our obligation to help members overcome any mental obstacles they may have. Have you, a brother or a friend, been feeling stressed, anxious, sad, irritable or unfocused lately? You are not alone. While these feelings may seem reasonable, they may require help to overcome.

If you are experiencing emotional difficulties and would like to speak with someone, you may want to talk to your resident assistant about the counseling services offered on your campus. Below we have provided the website and phone numbers for the counseling centers on every campus that hosts a Sig Tau Chapter.

If your university does not offer health or counseling services you may want to ask your Hall Director or Dean of Students Office what local counseling service the community may offer, or check out this online resource:

ULifeline

An anonymous, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for information they need and want regarding topics such as depression, stress, anxiety, and suicide prevention. We encourage all our members to seek help and support in times of need.

Counseling Centers