Resources and Services
Counseling Services for IUPUC Students
Solutions Student Assistance Service
Sometimes, life presents us with circumstances that challenge our ability to cope. Along with work, family, and other responsibilities, students must also manage academic responsibilities. Students at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) can take advantage of up to five free sessions with a licensed counselor.
Solutions Student Assistance Service (SAS) provides free, local, professional, and confidential consultations for IUPUC students. Solutions SAS can help you clarify and develop a plan to address life’s challenges. Their counselors can help you find the tools and support you need to navigate the tough times and set clear priorities, both now and for the future.
All IUPUC students are eligible for up to five (5) free counseling sessions per documented issue, which include, but are not limited to:
If more than five sessions are needed, students can utilize their individual medical and health insurance. Other financing options can be discussed and arranged with a Solutions staff member.
To utilize these services, please contact Solutions directly at 812.377.5074 or 1.800.766.0068. If you have an after-hours emergency, you can call the above numbers and speak to a crisis agent.
Solutions is a service of Centerstone Indiana.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
The professionally trained counselors of IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services provide services to IUPUC students, faculty, and staff who may be experiencing emotional, psychological, and/or cognitive difficulties that have an impact upon academic or work performance.
Counseling is free to students. Private and confidential appointments are available in individual, couples, or group formats. Evening appointments are available Monday through Thursday by appointment only.
Assessments are also available for learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder by licensed psychologists on a fee-per-service basis. For information, call (317) 274-2548; e-mail caps@iupui. edu, or visit the Web site at life.iupui.edu/caps.