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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has made a number of innovations to our services for this fall semester.  We are hopeful that these changes will allow us to serve a greater number of students in a timely manner. Here are highlights of our current services:


  • Recovery Support Group 
  • Dialectic Behavior Skill Group
  • Undergrad International Support Group 
  • Anxiety Toolbox 
  • Graduate Student Support Group 
  • Managing Emotions Process Group 
  • International Graduate Support Group 
  • Men's Support Group 

Call (209)228-4266 for more information about these groups. If groups fill up, we will strive to add more groups to meet the need.

Individual Counseling:

To establish services call (209)228-4266 or walk into the Counseling Center. CAPS front desk staff will ask a series of questions to determine the urgency of student's needs. Students who do not meet criteria for a crisis appointment will be given the following options:

  • Meet with a CAPS counselor for a brief session during drop-in time to assess needs and offer resources Drop-in times Spring Semester 2020:  Mondays and Wednesdays 9-11am & 1-3pm;  Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays 8AM-11AM & 1PM-3PM
  • List of available groups which can be utilized regardless of whether the student has been seen by a CAPS counselor
  • Information on how to access online mental health resources through WellTrack and TAO
  • Information on handout materials regarding various topics
  • Information on how to access mental health services off-campus
  • Information on how to access CAPS after-hours counseling services at 209-228-4266

Students who are in crisis will be given an immediate appointment.  If you are in crisis please see our urgent services page for more information. 

To find a provider off-campus please see our long-term individual counseling page.