Attending college can be both exciting and a little unsettling. The Center for Counseling Services is available to help students take advantage of opportunities and deal with the challenges of college life. Students should call ahead for an appointment with a counselor unless it is an emergency.
Counselors can help with these issues:
- Depression and anxiety
- Problem solving
- Decision making
- Relationship issues
- Adjustment problems
- Test anxiety
- Family problems
- Alcohol or substance abuse problems
- Stress management
- Other mental health
- Substance abuse
- Sexual health resources
For Clinic Access: Paying the Medical Services Fee grants ASU students access to all services offered through the Campus Clinic. All students attending ASU full time will pay the Medical Services Fee and will have access to all Clinic Services as described within this website.
Distance Learning Students are still able to pay the Medical Services Fee at the Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office and be granted full access to the services of the Clinic. Please do not go to the clinic to pay the Medical Services Fee, this is done at the Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office. When going to the Clinic, please have your receipt generated for paying the Medical Services Fee available (this will insure immediate service access).
- The Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office is located in the Mayer Administration Building. Phone number is 325-942-2008.
- See: www.angelo.edu/map/?Mayer%20Administration%20 for details.
Please bring your ASU ID, an approved Texas state ID and your insurance card (if you have insurance) when checking in at the Clinic.
Mental Health Resources
As an Angelo State University student, online support and resources are available to you.
2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. No matter where you live in Texas, you can dial 2-1-1, or 877-541-7905, and find information about resources in your local community. Whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment, one number is all you need to know.