Drop-in Counseling

During the academic year, Counseling and Psychological Services has evening drop-in counseling hours open Mondays through Thursdays in residence halls and academic buildings on campus.  These offices are available to all Columbia students who have enrolled in Columbia Health.  
 

 
Drop-in offices offer the opportunity for students to meet with CPS counselors, without an appointment, when immediate support, resources or referrals are needed.

The following drop-in offices are available to undergraduates with swipe access to residence halls:

  • 100 Carman Hall
  • 210 East Campus
  • 115 Hartley Hall
  • 102 Broadway Residence Hall

The following residence hall office is available to both undergraduate and graduate students:

  • 600 W. 113th St., Room 2BB
  • Intercultural Resource Center, 552 W. 114th Street

CPS also has a drop-in office located at Jerome Greene Hall, with services available to Law School students.

You are welcome to come to a CPS drop-in office during the hours listed on the website.  These offices operate on a first-come, first-served basis, so you may have a brief wait if the counselor is with another student.

Check the schedule for drop-in offices and their accessible routes.

FAQs

I have ongoing appointments with a CPS clinician; can I still go to a drop-in counseling office in between sessions?

If you have a concern that needs to be addressed before your next meeting with your CPS provider, you are welcome to go to a drop-in counseling office.

Is confidentiality at a drop-in counseling session as strict as a scheduled appointment?

Yes. We maintain very strict standards of confidentiality in our clinical services, including drop-in counseling office sessions.

Last updated October 15, 2014