LUCC provides free and confidential individual, couples, and group therapy services in our office along with a number of additional outreach and other activities a cross campus. Counseling and psychological services are limited to short-term interventions within the training, experience, expertise, and availability of resources of the clinical staff. If at any time, issues presented by the client extend outside of the scope of available services, appropriate referrals will be provided. Clients will then be expected to follow-up with the outside referral sources. Examples of issues that are potentially outside the scope of LUCC services are serious, persistent mental illness, long-term supportive therapy, personality disorders, active eating disorders, alcohol and drug addictions, medication management, and psychological assessments needed for disability purposes.
LUCC services are pro vided exclusively for students who are currently enrolled in either fall or spring semester on campus courses at Lee University. Students are eligible for services during the summer if they are enrolled for summer courses or pre-registered for courses in the following fall semester. Division of Adult Learning students, graduate students, and some other categories of students are only eligible if they have paid the Health Service Fee. Lee University faculty and staff are not eligible for on-going services; however, appropriate consultation and referrals will be provided as resources allow. Partners of students are eligible for couples counseling only. Other community members will be referred to outside providers.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, LUCC honor health and safety considerations along with the mental health needs of our students and community. LUCC’s policies and procedures in response to COVID-19 have been developed in response to guidance from relevant sources including Lee University, relevant professional organizations, and state and federal government. We also monitor for consideration of policy and procedure modification in response to changing guidance or changing COVID-19 presence in the campus and local community.
Hours of Operation
- Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Closed 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM Tuesdays & Thursdays (for Chapel)
- Direct clinical services provided from the first day of classes through Reading Day of each semester
- Closed the entire month of July and selected school holidays