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Georgian Court is conducting in-person classes as scheduled. Following CDC guidance, face coverings are required indoors and health precautions are in place in terms of cleaning and ventilation. Beginning in the Fall 2021 semester, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for resident students before check-in and all other students are required to be vaccinated by October 1, 2021. All faculty and staff are strongly advised to get vaccinated.

Please regularly check GCU e-mails and https://georgian.edu/health-services/coronavirus/ for the most up-to-date information. Download the CampusClear app, which must be completed every day that you are on campus.

Counseling Center

Counseling Center

Attention Students

Due to COVID-19 you MUST contact The Counseling Center at 732-987-2680 or email us at pbhafryvatpragre@trbetvna.rqh with any questions or concerns. No walk-ins permitted.

The college experience can be both exciting and challenging as you move away from home and become acquainted with new ideas as well as new people. At some point during your college years, you might experience stress, depression, anxiety, or other issues as you cope with academic and financial pressures. Conflicts with family, friends, and professors can also make your time at college overwhelming and difficult to manage. The Counseling Center is available to all GCU students to support you with any challenges you might face during your time at GCU.

Accredited by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services, the GCU Counseling Center provides free individually tailored services to address the following topics:

  • Personal development
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Relationships with family, friends, partners, etc.
  • Self-esteem, body image, and eating disorders
  • Self-identity as it relates to gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, age etc.
  • Stress management
  • Time management and procrastination
  • Academic distress
  • Lack of motivation
  • Grief and loss of loved ones
  • Alcohol and substance use

In talking with a counselor, you may experience many benefits, such as improved relationships, solutions to problems, and a reduction in distressful feelings.

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