The 2022 midterm election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8 and there are multiple resources on campus to ensure your voting experience is as easy as possible.
We are providing both in-person and teletherapy services. Please note that as a part of coronavirus safety measures, masks continue to be required in health clinic settings, including the SCC.
Student Counseling Center
The Student Counseling Center (SCC) strives to support students in reaching their academic potential by focusing on intellectual, emotional, social and cultural development. The SCC at Pacific University provides a range of services including consultation, crisis services, group therapy, and short-term individual therapy to students whose presenting concerns fall within our scope of practice and would be best served within our center.
Commitment to Equity and Inclusion
At the Student Counseling Center, we are committed to creating an environment that affirms, respects, and honors the diversity of our student body. We value the opportunity to work with students in exploring their intersecting identities around sex, gender, disability, sexual identity, race, ethnicity, creed, religion, body size, age, socioeconomic status, national origin, immigration status, and more. In advocating for students’ well-being, we bring an awareness of the impact of systemic oppression on mental health and acknowledge that our multicultural learning is an ongoing and intentional process. As a team, we welcome dialogue and feedback from our community as we strive to create a more inclusive and equitable center on our campus.
Follow us on Instagram @pacificuniversityscc to find out about the latest events and resources and to receive mental health resiliency tips.
SCC 24/7 Support & Crisis Line | 503-352-2999
Wash. Co. Crisis Line | 503-291-9111
Crisis Text Line (24/7) | Text "GO" to 741-741
UC Box A174
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116
The Student Counseling Center is excited to announce group and workshop offerings to support students in their journey at Pacific. Check out available groups as well as new offerings and services provided by the SCC this fall.
Talking about suicide can feel uncomfortable and scary. But you don’t have to be a mental health professional to make a difference. Learn more at a QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) training at Pacific.