Mental & Physical Health Services
Office of Student Affairs has Health Division and Counseling Center to take care of both mental and physical health issues for students.
- Health Division
The Health Division at NCHU is open to all students, faculty and staff alike. It aims to take care of health of all members of the university community. It offers the following services.
1. Physicians consultation
2. Emergency aids
3. Health examinations and screening, e.g. BP and BW
4. First aids training and health promotion activities
5. Manage health examination profiles and necessary referrals for students
6. First aids and care in special school activities
7. Infectious disease prevention and control
The Counseling Center serves all eligible students at NCHU and offers psychological counseling to students to help them cope with personal problems so that they can successfully achieve their educational goals. Licensed professionals provide brief treatments for anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships, life crises and other issues. Disability services can be found in the Center as well.
Appointment phone #: 2284-0241
The Counseling Center is located on the fourth floor of Hui-Sun Auditorium.
If you have never been seen at the Counseling Center before, your first visit will be with the triage counselor. The triage counselor will discuss your concern and decide on a treatment plan together with you. Any subsequent visits are scheduled by appointment.
If you have already been seen at the Counseling Center during this academic year, you can simply phone in for an appointment with the same counselor.
The Counseling Center is open for appointments between 8:20 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The last scheduled appointment is at 4:00 p.m.
The services are free of charge for now.
Other services and Classes
The Counseling Center provides several groups, such as Women & Relationships, Life Skill for College Freshmen, etc. Proper title, schedule and related information will be announced in the agenda of each academic semester.
Only campus counselors and the Counseling Center providers have access to treatment information. No information, including the fact that a student has been seen in the Counseling Center, can be released to others, including parents, unless the student provides signed consent.
No notation about visits to the Counseling Center will be made in the student’s academic record. In the case of administrative or disciplinary referrals, the student will be asked to sign consent for the referring administrator to be contacted.