Students, family members, faculty, and staff are able to use the CSC for consultation services. What does consultation look like? You may have concerns about yourself or another student, or a family member who attends SUNY Oswego and you’re not sure how to proceed. The CSC can be a great resource for general information regarding mental health concerns and referral resources when appropriate.

Although counselors cannot confirm or deny if a student is a client of ours, we can hopefully answer some of your questions. It is important to understand that we must protect our client’s right to confidentiality, so we cannot give you direct information about our clients.

*Special Concerns*

Sexual Assault

CSC staff provide privileged and confidential support, counseling, and advocacy to all SUNY Oswego registered students who have concerns related to any form of sexual misconduct. This includes sexual assault, relationship/dating violence, stalking, cyberbullying, and sexual harassment.

We work closely with the Title IX Coordinator, University Police, and the Office of Learning Services to provide support, advocacy, education, and prevention regarding sexual misconduct and relationship violence. Each student has the ability to utilize or deny services if wanted.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse

If you are concerned about your use or a friend’s use of drugs and/or alcohol, feel free to seek consultation at the CSC. Staff are able to help students get connected to the appropriate services. We work closely with the Lifestyles Office for drug/alcohol screenings, who can provide referral services for out-patient and in-patient substance abuse treatment.