A: Questions, choices, concerns and changes are all a normal part of life. Sometimes we can work through them on our own or with the help of friends and family. Sometimes, they can feel too private, overwhelming or complicated to share with someone we know. The people who provide us support can also be part of what’s bothering you. When this is case, talking to a professional can provide a safe, neutral, confidential setting to explore your concerns and move toward making changes to improve your situation.
Call (402) 554-2409, and tell the receptionist you have an emergency. You may also come here on a walk-in basis.
After hours and on weekends:
If you are living on campus you should contact your Residence Hall Director or UNO Campus Security at 4-2911 or 4-2648.
If you are living off campus, the safest thing to do is to go to the nearest hospital emergency room or call the Police at 911.
A. Visits to the UNO Counseling Center are strictly confidential and are not part of students' academic records. Exceptions are if there is imminent danger to an individual or society, child or elder abuse, or written permission is given which allows the sharing of information.