Guide To Teaching and Learning

Counseling Services: Information for Students

Student Health Service offers in-person and telecounseling services to students. You can schedule your first session by emailing or through the Student Health Services Portal

During your initial Brief Assessment appointment, you and a counselor will make a plan for treatment, based on your current needs. If longer-term or specialized treatment is needed, the counselor can help you to find an appropriate treatment option in your local community. Group counseling is also offered and students can be in both individual and group counseling simultaneously.

Before your first session please also review the following documents:

Emergency Hotlines

Students who are an immediate danger to themselves or others should call 911 in the United States or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. The following hotlines are also available 24-7: 

Students studying outside of the United States can find crisis resources on the following websites:

Helpful Links and Resources

Counseling Website
Mental Health Self-Screening
Health & Wellness Resources for Students
Student Health Insurance

Take The Next Step

Submit your application


To apply to any of our Bachelor's programs (Except the Bachelor's Program for Adult Transfer Students) complete and submit the Common App online.

Graduates and Adult Learners

To apply to any of our Master's, Doctural, Professional Studies Diploma, Graduates Certificate, or Associate's programs, or to apply to the Bachelor's Program for Adult and Transfer Students, complete and submit the New School Online Application.