To Schedule Your First Appointment (For Each Academic Year)
Students can either come to the Counseling Center located in the Callahan Center during our office hours to fill out an intake, or go to counseling.endicott.edu to complete necessary forms online. Please note: the online forms are only accessible if you are connected to the Endicott student or staff networks.
If you choose the online option you should complete the New Intake if you have never received counseling on campus before and are coming in voluntarily (or for any student being judicially mandated to complete an assessment). You should complete the Returning Intake if you have met with an Endicott counselor in a previous year and are not being judicially mandated. Once submitted online, this information is automatically sent to Director of Counseling Karen Tompkins. You will be contacted by a member of our staff within 1 week day of receiving your information to set up your first appointment.
Our online paperwork is part of the Titanium Scheduling Software which is on a secure server separate from the general Endicott College server. Only our Counseling Center staff has access to the information on this server. Whether you complete the forms in our office or online, maintaining your confidentiality is of utmost importance to us.
Endicott College recognizes that many students experience personal difficulties which can have a significant negative impact on their academic success. In order to help students cope with the personal challenges that face them, the Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling, implements programming on issues relevant to college-aged students, assists during crisis situations, and is a resource for referral to both on-campus and community support services. Confidential counseling is available to all currently enrolled Endicott students at no charge.
- Individual and small group counseling
- Emergency assistance- Contact Campus Safety at (978) 232-2222 from off campus or by dialing x1111 on campus
- Referral to appropriate college services such as the Center for Teaching & Learning, Health Center, Career Center, and the Student Affairs Staff
- Educational programming on issues relevant to college-aged students
- Referral to area psychologists, social workers, counselors, psychiatrists, nutritionists, and physicians
Some of the common reasons that Endicott students seek counseling are: depression, addictions, anxiety/stress, eating disorders, relationship concerns, sexual identity/orientation issues, difficulty with transitions/homesickness, abuse/trauma history, conflict resolution, academic problems, anger management, and grief and loss.
Where To Find Us
The Counseling Center is located in the Callahan Center. To set up an appointment, you may either stop by during our posted office hours above or call any of us directly at the phone numbers listed on our Staff page.