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End of Spring Semester - Same-Day Appointments
May 15 – 26
The Counseling Center is pleased to offer Same-Day Appointments the last two weeks of Spring Semester. Same-Day appointments give you the flexibility to speak with a counselor at a time/day that works best for you.
This service is available for enrolled students seeking a brief consultation (not ongoing counseling sessions or travel consultations) with a professional counselor regarding any issue or concern. These brief sessions can help students get a “sample” of how counseling works and if it’s right for them, or to get a referral to local resources.
Call our main line at 253-535-7206 to schedule a time (appointments available 9-3pm). We’ll need some basic info to get you scheduled.
How it Works
Swing by AUC 300 or call 253-535-7206 to schedule a Same-Day Appointment. (Note: the front desk is closed noon-1pm daily for lunch.)
- Appointments are generally 45 minutes, and available* from 9:00am-3:00pm.
- Afternoon spots fill quickly. It is best to contact us early in the day (before 1:30pm preferred) for better availability.
*Availability of appointments changes daily due to counselor staffing and work schedules. Students may be asked to contact Lute Telehealth or the Counseling Center Crisis Line (253-535-7075) when availability is limited.
Note: the Counseling Center will be closed mid-day on May 18 and 25 for weekly staff meetings.
24/7/365 Mental Health Care!
Contact a counselor at a time that works better for you, after hours and weekends! These services are available to all students (in-state or out-of-state).
- Log in to Lute Telehealth for free access to a variety of services, including yoga, meditation, medical and mental health services. Use TalkNow to connect with a counselor within minutes (log in with your PLU credentials). Lute Telehealth is a great option for students with tight or unusual schedules.
- The Counseling Center Crisis Line has instant access to counselors at 253-535-7075. (You need not be in crisis to use this line.) For students who feel distraught or overwhelmed, this is a great service to utilize. Save this number to your phone!